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Copper(II) promoted and catalyzed difunctionalization of olefins: Carboamination and aminooxygenation efforts toward the synthesis of spirotryprostatin A
The development of copper(II) promoted and catalyzed difunctionalization reactions is discussed. These methods synthesize a variety of complex nitrogen heterocycles in enantioenriched form. Furthermore, attempts to apply ...
Diastereo- and enantioseletive copper(II)-catalyzed intramolecular carboamination of alkenes for the synthesis of benz[f]indoles and related heterocycles
The carboamination of alkenes is a well-studied method toward the synthesis of nitrogen heterocycles. This reaction involves the concurrent formation of C-N and C-C bonds across an olefin. Recent studies involving palladium ...