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Ester Transfer Reaction of Aromatic Esters with Haloarenes and Arenols by a Nickel Catalyst
preprintsubmitted on 12.01.2020, 02:42 and posted on 13.01.2020, 12:30 by Ryota Isshiki, Naomi Inayama, Kei Muto, Junichiro Yamaguchi
A catalytic ester transfer reaction of aromatic esters with aryl halides/arenols was developed. The present reaction can transfer an ester functional group from certain aromatic esters to haloarenes. This ester transfer reaction involves two oxidative additions— one from the C–C bond of the aromatic ester and one from the C–halogen bond of haloarenes— onto a nickel catalyst. The utilization of a Ni/dcypt catalyst capable of cleaving both chemical bonds was a key for the reaction progress. Furthermore, naphthol-based aryl electrophiles were also applicable to the catalytic system via C–O bond activation.
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in ACS Catalysis