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Regio- and Diastereoselective Highly Strained Alkylidenecyclobutane Isomerization/Hydroacylation: Synthesis of Multisubstituted Cyclobutanes with Consecutive Stereocenters
datasetposted on 2024-01-16, 14:05 authored by Kai-Qiang Tian, Shi-Jiao Zhang, Jun Zhao, Gui-Yun Duan, Qiao-Ling Wang, Guo-Hao Cui, Rui Guo, Hong-Shuang Li
The regio- and diastereoselective alkene isomerization and hydrofunctionalization sequence enabled by transition-metal complexes allows rapid activation and assembly of the C(sp3)–H bond that is either adjacent or distal to the initial double bond, which has been a longstanding challenge in this field. Herein, we develop unusual rhodium-catalyzed isomerization of alkylidenecyclobutanes with subsequent hydroacylation reaction to provide multisubstituted cyclobutanes with continuous stereocenters. Note that this tandem process features a good regio- and diastereoselectivity profile. Isotopic labeling experiments support the “exo to endo” migration of the double bond to a coordinated cyclobutene that is responsible for the deuterium incorporation observed in the cyclobutane product.
tandem process featureshydrofunctionalization sequence enabledendo ” migrationdevelop unusual rhodiumdeuterium incorporation observeddiastereoselective alkene isomerizationsubsequent hydroacylation reactionprovide multisubstituted cyclobutanesinitial double bondmultisubstituted cyclobutanesdouble bondcatalyzed isomerization“ exolongstanding challengeeither adjacentdiastereoselectivity profilecyclobutane productcoordinated cyclobutenecontinuous stereocentersconsecutive stereocenters