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Martínez, Jose I.; Smith, Joshua S.; Hepburn, Hamish B.; Lam, Hon Wai (2015)
Publisher: Wiley-VCH Verlag
Journal: Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Chain Walking, Communications, allyltrifluoroborates, isomerization, imines, asymmetric catalysis, Communication, rhodium
Abstract Allylrhodium species derived from δ‐trifluoroboryl β,γ‐unsaturated esters undergo chain walking towards the ester moiety. The resulting allylrhodium species react with imines to give products containing two new stereocenters and a Z‐alkene. By using a chiral diene ligand, products can be obtained with high enantioselectivities, where a pronounced matched/mismatched effect with the chirality of the allyltrifluoroborate is evident.

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