Transfer Hydrogenation of Carbonyl Derivatives Catalyzed by an Inexpensive Phosphine-Free Manganese Precatalyst
datasetposted on 2017-06-20, 14:49 authored by Antoine Bruneau-Voisine, Ding Wang, Vincent Dorcet, Thierry Roisnel, Christophe Darcel, Jean-Baptiste Sortais
A very simple and inexpensive catalytic system based on abundant manganese as transition metal and on an inexpensive phosphine-free bidendate ligand, 2-(aminomethyl)pyridine, has been developed for the reduction of a large variety of carbonyl derivatives with 2-propanol as hydrogen donor. Remarkably, the reaction proceeds at room temperature with low catalyst loading (down to 0.1 mol %) and exhibits a good tolerance toward functional groups. High TON (2000) and TOF (3600 h–1) were obtained.
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exhibitmolphosphine-free bidendate ligandvarietyTransfer HydrogenationTOF0.1carbonyl derivativestransition metaltoleranceCarbonyl Derivatives Catalyzedreaction proceeds2- propanolInexpensive Phosphine-Free Manganese Precatalystcatalyst loadingmanganeseHighroom temperatureaminomethylRemarkablyhydrogen donor