Aluminum Triflate—Catalyzed Adamantylation of N-Nucleophiles†
AbstractAn efficient method is proposed for N-adamantylation of primary carboxamides and sulfonamides, ethyl carbamate, and 4-nitroaniline using the stoichiometric amount of 1-adamantanol in the presence of 5 mol% aluminum triflate in nitromethane. Similarities and differences between adamantylation of some azoles catalyzed by aluminum triflate in nitromethane and the reaction catalyzed by Brønsted acids were revealed.
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Konshin, V.V.; Shcherbinin, V.A.; Lupanova, I.A.; Konshina, D.N. Aluminum Triflate—Catalyzed Adamantylation of N-Nucleophiles. Proceedings 2019, 9, 21.
Konshin VV, Shcherbinin VA, Lupanova IA, Konshina DN. Aluminum Triflate—Catalyzed Adamantylation of N-Nucleophiles. Proceedings. 2019; 9(1):21.Chicago/Turabian Style
Konshin, Valery V.; Shcherbinin, Vitaly A.; Lupanova, Ida A.; Konshina, Dzhamilya N. 2019. "Aluminum Triflate—Catalyzed Adamantylation of N-Nucleophiles." Proceedings 9, no. 1: 21.
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