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Review Article

Recent trends and applications of the Cadiot–Chodkiewicz reaction

The Cadiot–Chodkiewicz reaction offers an elegant strategy for the formation of 1,3-diynes via Cu-catalyzed cross-coupling of alkynyl halides with terminal alkynes in the presence of an amine.

Graphical abstract: Recent trends and applications of the Cadiot–Chodkiewicz reaction
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Application of copper(I) salt and fluoride promoted Stille coupling reactions in the synthesis of bioactive molecules

This review summarises the synthesis of bioactive molecules through the use of Cu(I) salt and fluoride promoted Stille coupling reactions.

Graphical abstract: Application of copper(i) salt and fluoride promoted Stille coupling reactions in the synthesis of bioactive molecules
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Catalytic allylic functionalization via π-allyl palladium chemistry

This review highlights the palladium-catalyzed allylic C–H functionalizations via π-allyl palladium reported from early 2014 to present date.

Graphical abstract: Catalytic allylic functionalization via π-allyl palladium chemistry
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Review Article

Advances in asymmetric visible-light photocatalysis, 2015–2019

Asymmetric visible-light photocatalysis has recently drawn considerable attention of the scientific community owing to its unique activation modes and significance for the enantioselective green synthesis.

Graphical abstract: Advances in asymmetric visible-light photocatalysis, 2015–2019
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Review Article

α-Halogenoacetamides: versatile and efficient tools for the synthesis of complex aza-heterocycles

This review presents the use of α-alkyl- and α-alkoxy-halogenoacetamides as powerful partners for domino and 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition reactions resulting in a ring closure.

Graphical abstract: α-Halogenoacetamides: versatile and efficient tools for the synthesis of complex aza-heterocycles
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Review Article

Modifications of amino acids using arenediazonium salts

Aryl transfer reactions from arenediazonium salts have started to make their impact in chemical biology with initial forays in the arena of arylative modifications and bio-conjugations of amino acids, peptides and proteins.

Graphical abstract: Modifications of amino acids using arenediazonium salts
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Review Article

Hypervalent iodine reactions utilized in carbon–carbon bond formations

This review covers recent developments of hypervalent iodine chemistry in dearomatizations, radicals, hypervalent iodine-guided electrophilic substitution, arylations, photoredox, and more.

Graphical abstract: Hypervalent iodine reactions utilized in carbon–carbon bond formations
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Review Article

Consecutive multicomponent reactions for the synthesis of complex molecules

Consecutive multicomponent reactions (MCRs) combine two or more MCRs to achieve high synthetic efficiency, product structural diversity, and molecular complexity.

Graphical abstract: Consecutive multicomponent reactions for the synthesis of complex molecules
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Recent advances in the synthesis of oxaspirolactones and their application in the total synthesis of related natural products

Oxaspirolactones are ubiquitous structural motifs found in natural products and synthetic molecules with a diverse biochemical and physicochemical profile, and represent a valuable target in natural product chemistry and medicinal chemistry.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the synthesis of oxaspirolactones and their application in the total synthesis of related natural products
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Review Article

Recent advances in catalytic asymmetric intermolecular oxidation of alkynes

In recent years, gold-metal-catalyzed intermolecular alkyne oxidation by an N-oxide oxidant, which presumably involves a gold carbenoid intermediate, has attracted increasing attention because it circumvents the employment of hazardous and potentially explosive diazocarbonyl compounds as starting materials for carbene generation.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in catalytic asymmetric intermolecular oxidation of alkynes
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Review Article

Traceless point-to-axial chirality exchange in the atropselective synthesis of biaryls/heterobiaryls

A strategy for establishing a chiral axis from stereogenic centers via elimination or oxidative aromatization with a high level of chirality transfer was developed.

Graphical abstract: Traceless point-to-axial chirality exchange in the atropselective synthesis of biaryls/heterobiaryls
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Review Article

Hantzsch esters: an emerging versatile class of reagents in photoredox catalyzed organic synthesis

This minireview highlights the recent advances in the chemistry of Hantzsch esters in photoredox catalyzed organic synthesis, with particular emphasis placed on reaction mechanisms.

Graphical abstract: Hantzsch esters: an emerging versatile class of reagents in photoredox catalyzed organic synthesis
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Review Article

Recent advances and applications of p-toluenesulfonylmethyl isocyanide (TosMIC)

TosMIC, a unique and multifunctional synthetic reagent, reacts with a wide spectrum of synthons to deliver novel scaffolds.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances and applications of p-toluenesulfonylmethyl isocyanide (TosMIC)
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Review Article

Late stage functionalization of heterocycles using hypervalent iodine(III) reagents

Iodine(III) reagents represent a powerful tool for the late-stage functionalization of a variety of heterocycles through a range of transformations.

Graphical abstract: Late stage functionalization of heterocycles using hypervalent iodine(iii) reagents
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Review Article

Organoboron synthesis via ring opening coupling reactions

This review covers new trends towards the selective synthesis of organoboron compounds where boron reagents and cyclic substrates participate in the generation of carbanions, in the presence of stoichiometric amounts of main-group metals or catalytic amounts of transition metal complexes, via ring opening coupling transformations.

Graphical abstract: Organoboron synthesis via ring opening coupling reactions
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Review Article

Recent advances in the borylative transformation of carbonyl and carboxyl compounds

The recent advances in the borylative transformation of carbonyl and carboxyl compounds are summarized.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the borylative transformation of carbonyl and carboxyl compounds
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Review Article

Recent advances in the direct functionalization of quinoxalin-2(1H)-ones

The direct C3-functionalization of quinoxalin-2(1H)-ones via C–H bond activation has recently attracted considerable attention, due to their diverse biological activities and chemical properties.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the direct functionalization of quinoxalin-2(1H)-ones
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Review Article

The Lossen rearrangement from free hydroxamic acids

During more than a century, the Lossen rearrangement was supposed to occur exclusively in the presence of stochiometric amount of activating reagents. Very recently, it was demonstrated that the Lossen rearrangement can take place directly from free hydroxamic acids offering a renewal of interest for this reaction.

Graphical abstract: The Lossen rearrangement from free hydroxamic acids
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Review Article

Employment of α-nitroketones in organic synthesis

This review summarizes the recent developments of the reactions of α-nitroketones and the consequent formation of a variety of structural frameworks is discussed.

Graphical abstract: Employment of α-nitroketones in organic synthesis
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Review Article

Chloroform as a CO surrogate: applications and recent developments

Transition-metal-catalyzed carbonylation reaction using chloroform as CO surrogate to synthesize carbonylated heterocyclic moieties.

Graphical abstract: Chloroform as a CO surrogate: applications and recent developments
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Review Article

Synthetic strategies for fluorination of carbohydrates

Different synthetic strategies for accomplishing regio- and stereoselective fluorinations of carbohydrate scaffolds are discussed in light of the biological implications arising from such substitutions.

Graphical abstract: Synthetic strategies for fluorination of carbohydrates
From the themed collection: Chemical biology in OBC
Review Article

Photochemical C–H bond coupling for (hetero)aryl C(sp2)–C(sp3) bond construction

This review highlights the recent advances in photochemical (hetero)aryl C(sp2)–C(sp3) bond construction via C–H bond coupling such as (hetero)arylation of C(sp3)–H bonds and alkylation of (hetero)aryl C(sp2)–H bonds.

Graphical abstract: Photochemical C–H bond coupling for (hetero)aryl C(sp2)–C(sp3) bond construction
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Review Article

Allylic azides: synthesis, reactivity, and the Winstein rearrangement

Allylic azides are useful synthetic intermediates, the Winstein rearrangement complicates usage, and mechanistic knowledge can enable selectivity.

Graphical abstract: Allylic azides: synthesis, reactivity, and the Winstein rearrangement
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Review Article

Recent advances in the asymmetric synthesis of pharmacology-relevant nitrogen heterocycles via stereoselective aza-Michael reactions

In this review, recent applications of a stereoselective aza-Michael reaction for asymmetric synthesis of naturally occurring N-containing heterocyclic scaffolds and their usefulness to pharmacology are summarized.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the asymmetric synthesis of pharmacology-relevant nitrogen heterocycles via stereoselective aza-Michael reactions
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Review Article

Catalytic enantioselective iodolactonization reactions

The recent advances of catalytic enantioselective iodolactonizations of γ- or δ-substituted alkenoic carboxylic acids have been reviewed. The different catalysts and substrates are highlighted.

Graphical abstract: Catalytic enantioselective iodolactonization reactions
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Open Access Review Article

Recent advances in metal-free aerobic C–H activation

An overview of recent reactions based on the metal-free, dioxygen-induced, C–H activation of various radical precursors.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in metal-free aerobic C–H activation
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Review Article

Recent advances in the synthesis of C2-spiropseudoindoxyls

This review summarizes the recent development of novel approaches to construct structurally unique oxindoles featuring a spirocycle at the C2 position.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the synthesis of C2-spiropseudoindoxyls
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N-Alkyl amide synthesis via N-alkylation of amides with alcohols

The present review summarizes the recent development of N-alkylation of amides with alcohols according to the classification of catalysts.

Graphical abstract: N-Alkyl amide synthesis via N-alkylation of amides with alcohols
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Review Article

Use of ArSO2SRf reagents: an efficient tool for the introduction of SRf moieties

This review discusses the use of several ArSO2SRf reagents as SRf sources, an emerging trend to access SRf-containing molecules.

Graphical abstract: Use of ArSO2SRf reagents: an efficient tool for the introduction of SRf moieties
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Review Article

Intermolecular alkene difunctionalizations for the synthesis of saturated heterocycles

Intermolecular alkene difunctionalizations for the direct synthesis of saturated heterocycles.

Graphical abstract: Intermolecular alkene difunctionalizations for the synthesis of saturated heterocycles
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Review Article

Next generation diversity-oriented synthesis: a paradigm shift from chemical diversity to biological diversity

Diversity-oriented synthesis adds biological performance as a new diversity element.

Graphical abstract: Next generation diversity-oriented synthesis: a paradigm shift from chemical diversity to biological diversity
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Open Access Review Article

Recent advances in homogeneous borrowing hydrogen catalysis using earth-abundant first row transition metals

The review highlights the recent advances (2013-present) in the use of earth-abundant first row transition metals in homogeneous borrowing hydrogen catalysis.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in homogeneous borrowing hydrogen catalysis using earth-abundant first row transition metals
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Review Article

Applications of N′-monofunctionalised TsDPEN derivatives in asymmetric catalysis

N′-Monoalkylated or N′-mono(thio)acylated(N-sulfonyl)-1,2-diphenylethylene-1,2-diamine (TsDPEN) derivatives are have found extensive applications in asymmetric catalysis of a wide range of synthetic applications.

Graphical abstract: Applications of N′-monofunctionalised TsDPEN derivatives in asymmetric catalysis
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Recent advances in transition metal-catalyzed C(sp2)–H nitration

This review updates advances of direct C(sp2)–H nitration for the synthesis of nitroaromatic compounds and the mechanisms during the past decade.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in transition metal-catalyzed C(sp2)–H nitration
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Review Article

SuperQuat chiral auxiliaries: design, synthesis, and utility

The design, synthesis and outline of some of the most common synthetic applications of the SuperQuat (4-substituted 5,5-dimethyloxazolidine-2-one) family of chiral auxiliaries, developed to address the shortcomings of the Evans (4-substituted oxazolidin-2-one) family of chiral auxiliaries, are presented.

Graphical abstract: SuperQuat chiral auxiliaries: design, synthesis, and utility
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Review Article

Chemistry of detrifluoroacetylatively in situ generated fluoro-enolates

This review article provides a summary of the detrifluoroacetylative in situ generation of fluorine-containing enolates and their related reactions.

Graphical abstract: Chemistry of detrifluoroacetylatively in situ generated fluoro-enolates
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Review Article

Recent developments in photochemical reactions of diazo compounds

Chemistry of diazo compounds is dominated by transition metal catalysis but recently, photoinitiated reactions of diazo compounds have attracted a lot of attention. This mini-review describes recent discoveries on the reactivity of diazo compounds under light irradiation.

Graphical abstract: Recent developments in photochemical reactions of diazo compounds
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Open Access Review Article

Cascade reaction based synthetic strategies targeting biologically intriguing indole polycycles

In this review, cascade reaction based synthesis strategies delivering biologically intriguing indole polycycles are presented.

Graphical abstract: Cascade reaction based synthetic strategies targeting biologically intriguing indole polycycles
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Review Article

Non-toxic cyanide sources and cyanating agents

This review focuses on alternative cyanide sources and cyanating agents which are less hazardous than HCN or its salts.

Graphical abstract: Non-toxic cyanide sources and cyanating agents
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Recent methods for the synthesis of α-acyloxy ketones

The present review provides a broad description of the methods reported for the synthesis of α-acyloxy ketones and some of their derivatives.

Graphical abstract: Recent methods for the synthesis of α-acyloxy ketones
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Synthetic manipulations of polyunsaturated fatty acids as a convenient strategy for the synthesis of bioactive compounds

The utilization of commercial polyunsaturated fatty acids in semi-syntheses of polyunsaturated natural products and derivatives has been reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Synthetic manipulations of polyunsaturated fatty acids as a convenient strategy for the synthesis of bioactive compounds
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Multicomponent reactions: a sustainable tool to 1,2- and 1,3-azoles

The present review outlines the recent advancements and pioneering efforts on the synthesis of 1,2/1,3-azoles employing a multicomponent strategy.

Graphical abstract: Multicomponent reactions: a sustainable tool to 1,2- and 1,3-azoles
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Review Article

Donor- and acceptor-enynals/enynones

Three kinds of transformations based on benzo-fused donor- and acceptor-enynals/enynones, including reactions with alkenes, alkynes, and H2O, were discussed.

Graphical abstract: Donor- and acceptor-enynals/enynones
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Review Article

Catalytic carbene/alkyne metathesis (CAM): a versatile strategy for alkyne bifunctionalization

Cascade reactions involving a catalytic carbene/alkyne metathesis (CAM) process through a vinyl carbene intermediate provide an efficient and step-economic approach for the construction of polycyclic frameworks with structural diversity.

Graphical abstract: Catalytic carbene/alkyne metathesis (CAM): a versatile strategy for alkyne bifunctionalization
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Catalytic dehydrogenative aromatization of cyclohexanones and cyclohexenones

Prompted by the scant attention paid by published literature reviews to the comprehensive catalytic dehydrogenative aromatization of cyclohexa(e)nones, this review describes recent methods developed to-date involving transition-metal-catalyzed oxidative aromatization and metal-free strategies for the transformation of cyclohexa(e)nones to substituted phenols.

Graphical abstract: Catalytic dehydrogenative aromatization of cyclohexanones and cyclohexenones
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Review Article

Decarbonylative cross-coupling of amides

We present recent advances and key developments in the field of decarbonylative cross-coupling reactions of amides by a formal double N–C/C–C bond activation as well as discuss future challenges and potential applications for this exciting field.

Graphical abstract: Decarbonylative cross-coupling of amides
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Review Article

The catalytic Mitsunobu reaction: a critical analysis of the current state-of-the-art

This Review article provides a summary and critical metrics-based analysis of recently developed catalytic Mitsunobu reactions.

Graphical abstract: The catalytic Mitsunobu reaction: a critical analysis of the current state-of-the-art
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Review Article

Recent progress in the synthesis of phosphorus-containing indole derivatives

Phosphorus-containing indole derivatives represent a special class of phosphorus-containing nitrogen heterocycles. This review summarizes the recent progress in the synthesis of such compounds, briefly discusses the reaction mechanisms and challenges, and outlines the synthetic opportunities still open.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in the synthesis of phosphorus-containing indole derivatives
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Cyclic imines – preparation and application in synthesis

Cyclic imines, available from various nitrogen-containing reactants, serve as versatile synthetic intermediates for biologically active compounds.

Graphical abstract: Cyclic imines – preparation and application in synthesis
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Recent advances in the synthesis of cyclopropanes

Cyclopropanes have gained much attention by virtue of their interesting structure and unique reactivity. This review discusses the recent advances in the synthesis of cyclopropanes, and some of the related applications will be discussed.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the synthesis of cyclopropanes
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Recent developments and applications of cyanamides in electrophilic cyanation

This review summarizes the recent developments and applications of readily accessible cyanamides in the electrophilic cyanation of various nucleophiles.

Graphical abstract: Recent developments and applications of cyanamides in electrophilic cyanation
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Recent developments in functionalization of acyclic α-keto amides

This review describes the synthetic utility of α-keto amides to synthesize various important molecules via mono, dual and triple functionalization reactions.

Graphical abstract: Recent developments in functionalization of acyclic α-keto amides
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Recent advances in β-lactam synthesis

During the past century, β-lactams have been identified as the core of penicillin and since then several strategies have been developed for their synthesis.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in β-lactam synthesis
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Review Article

C–H alkylation reactions of indoles mediated by Pd(II) and norbornene: applications and recent developments

Recent synthetic applications and methodological advancements of the Pd(II)-catalyzed C2 functionalisation of indoles are highlighted and discussed in this review.

Graphical abstract: C–H alkylation reactions of indoles mediated by Pd(ii) and norbornene: applications and recent developments
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Review Article

Recent advances in the annulation of Morita–Baylis–Hillman adducts

In this review, we summarize some of the most recent advances in the construction of cyclic compounds from the annulation of Morita–Baylis–Hillman (MBH) adducts, which have demonstrated their importance by possessing diverse functional groups.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the annulation of Morita–Baylis–Hillman adducts
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Review Article

Photoorganocatalysis, small organic molecules and light in the service of organic synthesis: the awakening of a sleeping giant

This review is focused on recent developments in the use of small organic molecules as photocatalysts.

Graphical abstract: Photoorganocatalysis, small organic molecules and light in the service of organic synthesis: the awakening of a sleeping giant
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Review Article

Transient imines as ‘next generation’ directing groups for the catalytic functionalisation of C–H bonds in a single operation

This review describes recent developments in the use of catalytic transient directing groups, through imine linkages, which in combination with transition metal catalysts provide streamlined C–H functionalisation processes.

Graphical abstract: Transient imines as ‘next generation’ directing groups for the catalytic functionalisation of C–H bonds in a single operation
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Review Article

Copper nitrate: a privileged reagent for organic synthesis

This review demonstrates the state-of-the-art applications of copper nitrate as a nitration reagent, oxidant, catalyst, promoter and precursor of nitrile oxides.

Graphical abstract: Copper nitrate: a privileged reagent for organic synthesis
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Review Article

Synthesis of polyheterocycles via multicomponent reactions

Polyheterocycles are one of the most desired synthetic targets due to their numerous and valuable applications in various fields.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis of polyheterocycles via multicomponent reactions
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Review Article

C(sp2)–H functionalization of aldehyde-derived hydrazones via a radical process

This review is focused on the recent advances in the C(sp2)–H functionalization of aldehyde-derived hydrazones via a radical process. Diverse substituted hydrazones including N-heterocycles are afforded under mild conditions with excellent selectivities. In general, an aminyl radical as the key intermediate is involved during the reaction process.

Graphical abstract: C(sp2)–H functionalization of aldehyde-derived hydrazones via a radical process
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Review Article

Nitrilium ions – synthesis and applications

Access to both stable and transient nitrilium ions and the use of these synthons in the organic synthesis of imines and a large spectrum of heterocycles and transition metal complexes are succinctly summarized.

Graphical abstract: Nitrilium ions – synthesis and applications
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Communication

Iodine-catalyzed guanylation of amines with N,N′-di-Boc-thiourea

Iodine-catalyzed guanylation of amines with N,N′-di-Boc-thiourea is especially useful for both electronically and sterically deactivated primary anilines.

Graphical abstract: Iodine-catalyzed guanylation of amines with N,N′-di-Boc-thiourea
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Communication

Rh-Catalyzed domino synthesis of 4-hydroxy-3-methylcoumarins via branch-selective hydroacylation

A Rh-catalyzed domino synthesis of 4-hydroxy-3-methylcoumarins via branch-selective hydroacylation of acrylates and acrylamides using salicylaldehydes is described.

Graphical abstract: Rh-Catalyzed domino synthesis of 4-hydroxy-3-methylcoumarins via branch-selective hydroacylation
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Solvent- and catalyst-free transamidation reaction of unprotected glycosyl carboxamides.

From the themed collection: Chemical biology in OBC
Communication

Functionalization of activated methylene C–H bonds with nitroarenes and sulfur for the synthesis of thioamides

Synthesis of arylthioamides from nitroarenes is reported for the first time. Phenylacetic acids or benzyl alcohols could be used as benzyl synthons.

Graphical abstract: Functionalization of activated methylene C–H bonds with nitroarenes and sulfur for the synthesis of thioamides
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Communication

A facile and regioselective multicomponent synthesis of chiral aryl-1,2-mercaptoamines in water followed by monoamine oxidase (MAO-N) enzymatic resolution

A microwave assisted multicomponent protocol on water allows the regioselective synthesis of chiral aryl-1,2-mercaptoamines. The enzymatic resolution of the racemates leads to enantioenriched products.

Graphical abstract: A facile and regioselective multicomponent synthesis of chiral aryl-1,2-mercaptoamines in water followed by monoamine oxidase (MAO-N) enzymatic resolution
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Communication

Hypervalent iodane mediated reactions of N-acetyl enamines for the synthesis of oxazoles and imidazoles

A hypervalent iodane reagent used for the intramolecular cyclization of N-acetyl enamines and intermolecular cyclocondensation of enamines and nitriles was investigated.

Graphical abstract: Hypervalent iodane mediated reactions of N-acetyl enamines for the synthesis of oxazoles and imidazoles
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Communication

Construction of indazolo[3,2-a]isoquinolines via [3 + 2] cycloaddition of benzynes

A [3 + 2] annulation protocol for the construction of N-substituted indazolo[3,2-a]isoquinolines starting from benzynes and C,N-cyclic azomethine imines was developed. A diverse range of indazolo[3,2-a]isoquinolines can be easily accessed, which show good anti-proliferative activity on cancer cells.

Graphical abstract: Construction of indazolo[3,2-a]isoquinolines via [3 + 2] cycloaddition of benzynes
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Intermolecular Scandium Triflate-Promoted Nitrene-Transfer [5+1] Cycloadditions of Vinylcyclopropanes

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Communication

Expeditious diastereoselective synthesis of medium ring heterocycle-fused chromenes via tandem 8/9-endo-dig and 8-exo-dig hydroalkoxylation-formal-[4 + 2] cycloaddition

The first examples of highly diastereoselective tandem 8/9-endo-dig and 8-exo-dig hydroalkoxylation-formal-[4 + 2] cycloaddition are described for the synthesis of medium ring heterocycle-fused chromenes.

Graphical abstract: Expeditious diastereoselective synthesis of medium ring heterocycle-fused chromenes via tandem 8/9-endo-dig and 8-exo-dig hydroalkoxylation-formal-[4 + 2] cycloaddition
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