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Organocatalytic, Oxidative, Intramolecular CH Bond Amination and Metal-free Cross-Amination of Unactivated Arenes at Ambient Temperature

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          Modern synthetic methods for copper-mediated C(aryl)[bond]O, C(aryl)[bond]N, and C(aryl)[bond]S bond formation.

          The copper-mediated C(aryl)[bond]N, C(aryl)[bond]O, and C(aryl)[bond]S bond formation is an important transformation and has been developed to include a wide range of substrates. This Review highlights the recent developments in the copper-mediated (both stoichiometric and catalytic) reactions of aryl boronic acids, aryl halides, iodonium salts, siloxanes, stannanes, plumbanes, bismuthates, and trifluoroborate salts as aryl donors. In particular, the recent introduction of boronic acids as reaction partners in both O- and N-arylation has been a significant discovery and will occupy centre-stage in this review. Clear improvements can be obtained by the correct choice of copper source, base, ligands, and other additives. Mechanistic investigations should provide insight into the catalytically active species, which would aid in the development of milder, more-efficient methods.
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            Journal
            Angewandte Chemie International Edition
            Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
            Wiley-Blackwell
            14337851
            September 05 2011
            September 05 2011
            : 50
            : 37
            : 8605-8608
            10.1002/anie.201102984
            © 2011

            http://doi.wiley.com/10.1002/tdm_license_1

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