A Drastic Effect of TEMPO in Zinc-Catalyzed Stannylation of Terminal Alkynes with Hydrostannanes via Dehydrogenation and Oxidative Dehydrogenation

Yuichi Kai, Shinya Oku, Tomohiro Tani, Kyoko Sakurai, Teruhisa Tsutimoto

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Abstract

With a system consisting of a catalytic zinc Lewis acid, pyridine, and TEMPO in a nitrile medium, terminal alkynes coupled with HSnBu3, providing alkynylstannanes with structural diversity. The resulting alkynylstannane, without being isolated, could be directly used for Pd- and Cu-catalyzed transformations to deliver internal alkynes and more intricate tin-atom-containing molecules. Mechanistic studies indicated that TEMPOSnBu3 formed in situ from TEMPO and HSnBu3 works to stannylate the terminal alkyne in collaboration with the zinc catalyst, and that both of dehydrogenation and oxidative dehydrogenation processes are uniquely involved in a single reaction. (Figure presented.).

Original languageEnglish
JournalAdvanced Synthesis and Catalysis
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 1 Jan 2019

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Alkynes
Dehydrogenation
Zinc
Pyridine
Tin
Lewis Acids
Nitriles
Atoms
Catalysts
Molecules
Acids
TEMPO
hydrostannane

Keywords

  • Alkynes
  • Dehydrogenation
  • Lewis acids
  • Tin
  • Zinc

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