Enantioselective Synthesis of Cyclobutanes via Sequential Rh-catalyzed Bicyclobutanation/Cu-catalyzed Homoconjugate Addition
datasetposted on 26.06.2013, 00:00 by Robert Panish, Srinivasa R. Chintala, David T. Boruta, Yinzhi Fang, Michael T. Taylor, Joseph M. Fox
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Enantiomerically enriched cyclobutanes are constructed by a three-component process in which t-butyl (E)-2-diazo-5-arylpent-4-enoates are treated with Rh2(S-NTTL)4 to provide enantiomerically enriched bicyclobutanes, which can subsequently engage in homoconjugate addition/enolate trapping sequence to give densely functionalized cyclobutanes with high diastereoselectivity. This three-component, two-catalyst procedure can be carried out in a single flask. Rh2(S-NTTL)4-catalyzed reaction of t-butyl (Z)-2-diazo-5-phenylpent-4-enoate gives the Büchner cyclization product in excellent enantioselectivity.