Phosphonium coupling

In organic chemistry, phosphonium coupling is a cross-coupling reaction for organic synthesis. It is a mild, efficient, chemoselective and versatile methodology for the formation of C–C, C–N, C–O, and C–S bond of unactivated and unprotected tautomerizable heterocycles. The method was originally reported in 2004.[1] The C–OH bond of a tautomerizable heterocycle is activated with a phosphonium salt (PyBroP, PyBOP, BroP, or BOP), and subsequent functionalization with either a nucleophile through SNAr displacement or an organometallic through transition metal catalyzed cross coupling reaction. The in situ activation of the C-OH bond in phosphonium coupling has been applied to cross coupling reactions of tautomerizable heterocycles and arenols using other types of activating reagents.[2][3]

Phosphonium coupling generates in situ a pseudo aryl or heteroaryl halide (the intermediate phosphonium species), which subsequently reacts with its coupling partner.[4][5][6][7][8][9]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Kang, Fu-An; Kodah, Jason; Guan, Qunying; Li, Xiaobing; Murray, William V., Efficient conversion of Biginelli 3,4-dihydropyrimidin-2(1H)-one to pyrimidines via PyBroP-mediated coupling, Journal of Organic Chemistry (2005), 70(5), 1957-1960. doi:10.1021/jo040281j
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