Olefin Hydroborations with Diamidocarbene–BH3 Adducts at Room Temperature
AbstractAn isolable N,N’-diamidocarbene (DAC) was previously shown to promote the B–H bond activation of various BH3 complexes. The resultant DAC–BH3 adducts facilitated olefin hydroborations under mild conditions and in the absence of exogenous initiators. The substrate scope for such transformations was further explored and is described herein. While organoboranes were obtained in quantitative yields from various terminal and internal olefins, use of the latter substrates resulted in intramolecular ring-expansion of the newly formed DAC–borane adducts. View Full-Text
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Lastovickova, D.N.; Bielawski, C.W. Olefin Hydroborations with Diamidocarbene–BH3 Adducts at Room Temperature. Catalysts 2016, 6, 141.
Lastovickova DN, Bielawski CW. Olefin Hydroborations with Diamidocarbene–BH3 Adducts at Room Temperature. Catalysts. 2016; 6(9):141.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lastovickova, Dominika N.; Bielawski, Christopher W. 2016. "Olefin Hydroborations with Diamidocarbene–BH3 Adducts at Room Temperature." Catalysts 6, no. 9: 141.
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