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|標題:||Sequential Ytterbium(III) Triflate Catalyzed One‐Pot Three‐Component Thia‐Michael Addition||作者:||Hsin‐Yi Huang
Prof. Chien‐Fu Liang
|關鍵字:||Michael addition;multicomponent reactions;sulfur;synthetic methods;ytterbium||Project:||ASIAN JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, Volume 7, Issue 5 May 2018, Pages 955-963||摘要:||
A ytterbium(III) trifluoromethanesulfonate catalyzed one‐pot three‐component thia‐Michael addition reaction of thiolate salts, organic halides, and α,β‐unsaturated compounds has been developed for the formation of carbon‐sulfur bonds. In this study, potassium thioacetate serves as the sulfur source in a nucleophilic substitution reaction, which is followed by a Yb(OTf)3‐catalyzed (OTf=trifluoromethanesulfonate) S‐deacetylation and subsequent thia‐Michael addition reaction. Three important pharmaceutical derivatives were successfully prepared by using the intramolecular version of this one‐pot thia‐Michael addition reaction. The advantages of this YbIII‐catalyzed process include its operational simplicity, its capacity towards the preparation of structurally diverse products in 40–93 % yield, its use of relatively low toxic or nontoxic reagents, and its catalyst loading of only 1–2 mol %.
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