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Green and Scalable Aldehyde‐Catalyzed Transition Metal‐Free Dehydrative

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Abstract

In contrast to the borrowing hydrogen‐type N‐alkylation reactions, in which alcohols were activated by transition metal‐catalyzed anaerobic dehydrogenation, the addition of external aldehydes was accidentally found to be a simple and effective protocol for alcohol activation. This interesting finding subsequently led to an efficient and green, practical and scalable aldehyde‐catalyzed transition metal‐free dehydrative N‐alkylation method for a variety of amides, amines, and alcohols. Mechanistic studies revealed that this reaction most possibly proceeds via a simple but interesting transition metal‐free relay race mechanism.
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Document Type: Communications

Affiliations: College of Chemistry and Materials Engineering, Wenzhou University, Wenzhou, Zhejiang 325035, People's Republic of China, phone: (+86)-138-577-45327, Fax: (+86)-577-8668-9300

Publication date: 14 January 2013

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