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Suzuki–Miyaura Coupling Reagents
This brochure contains a comprehensive selection of boronic acids, boronic acid esters, diboron esters, and transition-metal catalysts useful for the Suzuki–Miyaura coupling reaction
Carbohydrate-Catalyzed Enantioselective Alkene Diboration
Enantioselective alkene diboration is a valuable strategy for transforming unsaturated hydrocarbons into useful chiral building blocks.
A-Phos Palladium Complexes for Efficient Suzuki Coupling
Suzuki Miyaura Cross Coupling
The Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling reaction is one of the most important and highly utilized reactions in organic chemistry, with applications in polymer science as well as in the fine chemicals and pharmaceutical industries.
Chiral Disulfonimides for Asymmetric Counteranion-directed Catalysis (ACDC)
Asymmetric counteranion-directed catalysis (ACDC) has a number of valuable applications in enantioselective synthesis.
MCAT- 53™ Catalyst for Ruthenium Formation
A recyclable, ligand-free ruthenium catalyst for C–H activation reactions and concomitant C–C bond formation in the presence of water.
Molecular Sieves
Molecular sieves are crystalline metal aluminosilicates having a threedimensional interconnecting network of silica and alumina tetrahedra. Natural water of hydration is removed from this network by heating to produce uniform cavities which selectively adsorb molecules of a specific size.
Dinuclear Zinc Catalysts
The aldol reaction is arguably one of the most important C–C bond forming reactions in the synthesis of complex molecules.
Umicore Precatalysts
We are happy to offer a series of precatalysts for asymmetric catalysis and Pd based cross coupling catalysis. Our partnership with Umicore allows us to offer a portfolio of metal complexes with batch-to-batch consistency for a plethora of catalytic reactions.
N-Heterocyclic Carbenes
Echavarren and co-workers have also demonstrated the utility of Au-NHCs in the reactions of 1,6-enynes. They determined that the outcome of the cyclization of 1,6-enyne 1 was dependent on the ligand coordinated to the metal. When 2 was used in...
Scale-Up Guide: Buchwald-Hartwig Amination Reaction
All of the preformed catalysts used in the kit are air and moisture stable complexes in their commercially available form. Once activated by base under the reaction conditions they become sensitive to air. To best enable scale-up success, the use...
Hydroazidation Catalyst
The chemistry of organoazides is exceedingly rich, since the azide functionality reacts with electrophiles, nucleophiles, and dipolarophiles, with or without the extrusion of dinitrogen. Common place transformation such as Staudinger reductions or ligations, Cu(I)-catalyzed Huisgen cycloadditions (of the “click”...
PEPPSI™ Catalyst
Solvias® Ligand Portfolio for Enantioselective Hydrogenation
Solvias® Ligand Portfolio for Enantioselective Hydrogenation
Syntheses of Functionalized Alkenes, Arenes, and Cycloalkenes via a Hydroboration-Coupling Sequence
Tandem hydroboration Suzuki Coupling both intermolecular and intramolecular gave diverse alkyl substituted products dppf
C2-symmetric chiral bisoxazolines (BOX) ligands
C2-symmetric chiral bisoxazolines (BOX) ligands
Asymmetric Allylboration Using Ipc2B(allyl)
Asymmetric allylboration of aldehydes is an extremely important method for preparation of homoallylic alcohols, as evidenced in numerous complex natural product syntheses.
Buchwald GT Capsules for Cross-Coupling
The advent of the Buchwald portfolio of ligands and complexes for cross-coupling reactions in the past decade has greatly advanced the ease of performing this transformation.
Preparing Terminal Alkynes: Vinyl N,N-Diisopropylcarbamate for Stereospecific Alkynylation of Chiral Boronic Esters
Prof. Aggarwal et al developed a stereospecific alkynylation of chiral secondary & tertiary pinacol boronic esters, allowing the facile preparation of terminal alkynes.
C-O Cross-Coupling of Activated Aryl and Heteroaryl Halides with Aliphatic Alcohols
JosiPhos CyPF-tBu and palladium give catalyst for alkoxylation of activated heteroaryl halides with primary, secondary, and tertiary alcohols
DalPhos Ligands
DalPhos is air-stable and contains the bulky di(1-adamantyl)phosphino [P(1-Ad)2] fragment. These ligands are useful in Pd-catalyzed C-N and C-C bond formation. Both Me-DalPhos and Mor-DalPhos allow for Pd-catalyzed ammonia, hydrazine and acetone cross-coupling with good functional group tolerance
G3 and G4 Buchwald Precatalysts
G3 and G4 Buchwald palladium precatalysts are the newest air, moisture, and thermally stable crossing-coupling complexes used in bond formation for their versatility and high reactivity.
Chiral Quest Phosphine Ligands
Sigma-Aldrich has research quantities of a series of Zhang’s chiral phosphines for catalytic asymmetric hydrogenations.
Jamison Nickel (II) Precatalysts
The Jamison group has developed a library of bench-stable phosphine-containing nickel(II) precatalysts that are converted into active catalysts in situ.
Potassium Trifluoroborate Salts
Potassium trifluoroborates are a special class of organoboron reagents that offer several advantages over the corresponding boronic acids and esters in that they are moisture- and air-stable, and are remarkably compliant with strong oxidative conditions.
CBS Catalysts
we are pleased to offer both enatiomers of 2-methyl-CBS-oxazaborolidine as a dry reagent, in addition to our current offerings as a 1M solution in toluene.
Dehydrogenation through Cooperative Base Metal Catalysis
The Sorensen group has reported a dual-catalytic system capable of dehydrogenating alkanes & alcohols at low temperatures with hydrogen gas as the sole byproduct
DuPhos and BPE Ligands
Asymmetric hydrogenation reactions represent the ideal process for the commercial manufacture of single-enantiomer compounds, because of the ease by which these robust procedures can be scaled up and because of the low levels of byproducts generated in these asymmetric hydrogenations.
Rieke® Highly Reactive Metals
Metal-enhanced organic synthesis via organometallic intermediates is a widely used preparative route for thousands of organic compounds.
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