Organic Chemistry

Silyl formates as hydrosilane surrogates for the transfer hydrosilylation of ketones

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Abstract

An energetically and atom economic transfer hydrosilylation of ketones employing silyl formates as hydrosilanes surrogates under mild conditions is presented. A total of 24 examples of ketones have been successfully converted to their corresponding silyl ethers with 61-99% yield in the presence of a PNHP-based ruthenium catalyst and silyl formate reagent. The crucial role of the ligand for the transformation is demonstrated.

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Experimental procedures and compilation of spectral and analytical data of all new compounds