Transition-Metal Catalyzed C-H Bond Amination from Aryl Azide
thesisposted on 20.06.2014 by Ke Sun
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This thesis describes transition metal catalyzed benzylic and aliphatic C–H amination reaction by employing aryl azides as the nitrogen source, with the generation of indoline. Additionly, Rh(II) carboxylate promoting disubtituted indole formation from β, β-disubstituted styryl azide is discussed afterwards.