Three-component reaction of aryl diazoacetates, alcohols, and aldehydes (or imines): evidence of alcoholic oxonium ylide intermediates.
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American Chemical Society
- Publication Date
Jan 06, 2005
The Rh(II)-catalyzed three-component reaction of aryl diazoacetates, alcohols and aldehydes was explored, which provided evidence of alcoholic oxonium ylide formation for O-H insertion. A new C-C bond formation reaction where alcoholic oxonium ylides were trapped by electron-deficient aryl aldehydes (or imines) was realized.
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