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Ene–Yne Metathesis of Allylphosphonates and Allylphosphates: Synthesis of Phosphorus-Containing 1,3-Dienes

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posted on 2021-01-05, 23:30 authored by Laurence N. Rohde, Thérèse H. Wild, Steven T. Diver
A variety of ene–yne cross metathesis reactions were performed using unsaturated phosphonate and phosphate reagents, affording the corresponding phosphorylated 1,3-diene products in good to excellent yields. These difficult ene–yne metatheses employed a Grubbs catalyst bearing a cyclic amino alkyl carbene ligand. A variety of terminal alkynes of varying substitution underwent the reaction, and different phosphorus-containing alkenes were found to give the conjugated diene products in high yields. The resulting dienes were further transformed by Horner-type Wittig reactions and a Diels–Alder cycloaddition.

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