3 article(s) from Yorimitsu, Hideki
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Synthesis of compounds 3.
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Synthesis of compound 4.
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An optimized structure of 1a. a) Top view, b) side view, and c) labeling of the 1,3-dithiole rings.
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Molecular orbitals of 1a.
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Cyclic voltammograms of 1a,b, 2a, and 4 in PhCN/CS2 1:1 (v/v) solution.
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Related compound 14.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2020, 16, 974–981, doi:10.3762/bjoc.16.86
Representative C–P bond-forming reactions.
General equation of homolytic substitution.
Addition of diphenyl(triphenylstannyl)phosphine.
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Addition of diphenyl(trimethylstannyl)phosphine.
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Plausible mechanism of addition of R3Sn–PPh2.
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Addition of tetraorganodiphosphines to phenylacetylene.
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Plausible mechanism of anti-diphosphination.
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Radical diphosphination for synthesizing fluorescent material.
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Mechanism of thiophosphination with diphenyl(organosulfanyl)phosphine.
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Thiophosphination with S-thiophosphinyl O-ethyl dithiocarbonate.
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Photoinduced selenophosphination of allenes.
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Decarboxylative phosphorylation of carboxylic acid derivatives.
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Plausible mechanism of decarboxylative phosphorylation.
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Radical phosphination of PTOC esters with white phosphorus.
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Plausible mechanism of radical phosphination (Si = (Me3Si)3Si).
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Stereoselective phosphination leading to (S,S)-aminophosphine derivative.
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Calculated reaction profile of homolytic substitution between Ph• and Me3Sn–PPh2 at the B2-PLYP-D/T...
Phosphination with retention of axial chirality.
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Bis(phosphoryl)-bridged biphenyls by radical phosphination.
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Bis(phosphoryl)-bridged ladder triphenylene by radical phosphination.
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Photoinduced phosphination of perfluoroalkyl iodides with tetraphenyldiphosphine.
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Ti(III)-mediated radical phosphination of organic bromides with white phosphorus.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2013, 9, 1269–1277, doi:10.3762/bjoc.9.143
Variation of substrates for carbomagnesiation and carbozincation in this article.
Copper-catalyzed arylmagnesiation and allylmagnesiation of alkynyl sulfone.
Copper-catalyzed four-component reaction of alkynyl sulfoxide with alkylzinc reagent, diiodomethane...
Rhodium-catalyzed reaction of aryl alkynyl ketones with arylzinc reagents.
Allylmagnesiation of propargyl alcohol, which provides the anti-addition product.
Negishi’s total synthesis of (Z)-γ-bisabolene by allylmagnesiation.
Iron-catalyzed syn-carbomagnesiation of propargylic or homopropargylic alcohol.
Mechanism of iron-catalyzed carbomagnesiation.
Regio- and stereoselective manganese-catalyzed allylmagnesiation.
Vinylation and alkylation of arylacetylene-bearing hydroxy group.
Arylmagnesiation of (2-pyridyl)silyl-substituted alkynes.
Synthesis of tamoxifen from 2g.
Controlling regioselectivity of carbocupration by attaching directing groups.
Rhodium-catalyzed carbozincation of ynamides.
Synthesis of 4-pentenenitriles through carbometalation followed by aza-Claisen rearrangement.
Uncatalyzed carbomagnesiation of cyclopropenes.
Iron-catalyzed carbometalation of cyclopropenes.
Enantioselective carbozincation of cyclopropenes.
Copper-catalyzed facially selective carbomagnesiation.
Arylmagnesiation of cyclopropenes.
Enantioselective methylmagnesiation of cyclopropenes without catalyst.
Enantioselective ethylzincation of cyclopropenes.
Nickel-catalyzed ring-opening aryl- and alkenylmagnesiation of a methylenecyclopropane.
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Nickel-catalyzed carbomagnesiation of arylacetylene and dialkylacetylene.
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Nickel-catalyzed carbozincation of arylacetylenes and its application to the synthesis of tamoxifen....
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Bristol-Myers Squibb’s nickel-catalyzed phenylzincation.
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Iron/NHC-catalyzed arylmagnesiation of aryl(alkyl)acetylene.
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Iron/copper-cocatalyzed alkylmagnesiation of aryl(alkyl)acetylenes.
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Iron/copper-cocatalyzed arylmagnesiation of dialkylacetylenes.
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Chromium-catalyzed arylmagnesiation of alkynes.
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Cobalt-catalyzed arylzincation of alkynes.
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Cobalt-catalyzed formation of arylzinc reagents and subsequent arylzincation of alkynes.
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Cobalt-catalyzed benzylzincation of dialkylacetylene and aryl(alkyl)acetylenes.
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Synthesis of estrogen receptor antagonist.
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Cobalt-catalyzed allylzincation of aryl-substituted alkynes.
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Silver-catalyzed alkylmagnesiation of terminal alkyne.
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Proposed mechanism of silver-catalyzed alkylmagnesiation.
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Zirconium-catalyzed ethylzincation of terminal alkenes.
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Three-component coupling reaction.
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Iron-catalyzed arylzincation reaction of oxabicyclic alkenes.
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Reaction of allenyl ketones with organomagnesium reagent.
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Regio- and stereoselective reaction of a 2,3-allenoate.
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Three-component coupling reaction of 1,2-allenoate, organozinc reagent, and ketone.
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Proposed mechanism for a rhodium-catalyzed arylzincation of allenes.
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Synthesis of skipped polyenes by iterative arylzincation/allenylation reaction.
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Synthesis of 1,4-diorganomagnesium compound from 1,2-dienes.
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Synthesis of tricyclic compounds.
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Manganese-catalyzed allylmagnesiation of allenes.
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Copper-catalyzed alkylmagnesiation of 1,3-dienes and 1,3-enynes.
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Chromium-catalyzed methallylmagnesiation of 1,6-diynes.
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Chromium-catalyzed allylmagnesiation of 1,6-enynes.
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Proposed mechanism of the chromium-catalyzed methallylmagnesiation.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2013, 9, 278–302, doi:10.3762/bjoc.9.34
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