1,4-Palladium Shift/C(sp<sup>3</sup>)–H Activation Strategy for the Remote Construction of Five-Membered Rings
Published on 2019-02-08T19:50:26Z (GMT) by
1,<i>n</i>-Metal shift is an elegant alternative approach enabling the functionalization of remote C–H bonds from simple precursors. In this work, we report a novel and simple Pd<sup>0</sup>-catalyzed domino reaction involving 1,4-palladium shift and C(sp<sup>3</sup>)–H activation and leading to (fused) five-membered rings. This method allowed access to a broad range of valuable arylidene γ-lactams and indanones and was applied to the formal synthesis of (−)-pyrrolam.
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Rocaboy, Ronan; Baudoin, Olivier (2019): 1,4-Palladium Shift/C(sp3)–H Activation
Strategy for the Remote Construction of Five-Membered Rings. ACS Publications. Collection.