Catalytic Heterofunctionalization 2005 by A. Togni, H. Grützmacher
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The hydroboration of thioalkynes with catecholborane in the presence of a nickel or palladium catalyst yields β-(alkylthio)-1-alkenylboronates (72a) 19 20 1 Hydroboration, Diboration, Silylboration and Stannylboration , and the uncatalyzed reaction of (dicyclohexyl)borane (Chx2BH) provides α(alkylthio) derivatives (72b) . Since the vinylic sulfide is synthetically equivalent to a carbonyl compound, the palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling of 72a with aromatic halide having an ortho-acetylamino or a protected hydroxy group provides valuable precursors for heterocyclic compounds .
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It is interesting that ester, ketone, and nitro groups remain intact during the coupling reaction of pinacolborane at 80°C, though the reaction competes with the hydrogenation of aryl halides (10~20%). The reaction is accelerated in the presence of an electron-donating group, while a withdrawing group slows down the rate of coupling, the electronic effect of which is the reverse of the cross-coupling reactions of diborons and other organoboronic acids. The reaction proceeds through the formation of an (acetoxo)palladium(II) species (110) prior to transmetalation with diboron (Scheme 1-39).