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Palladium-Catalyzed Amide-Directed Enantioselective Hydrocarbofunctionalization of Unactivated Alkenes Using a Chiral Monodentate Oxazoline Ligand

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posted on 23.02.2018, 00:00 by Hao Wang, Zibo Bai, Tangqian Jiao, Zhiqiang Deng, Huarong Tong, Gang He, Qian Peng, Gong Chen
A Pd-catalyzed amide-directed enantioselective hydrocarbofunctionalization of unactivated alkenes with C–H nucleophiles has been developed using a chiral monodentate oxazoline (MOXin) ligand. Various indoles react at C3 position with aminoquinoline-coupled 3-alkenamides to give γ addition products in good to excellent yield and enantioselectivity. This study represents an important advance of the development of chiral monodentate oxazoline ligands, which have been underexplored for asymmetric catalysis.

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