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《Chinese Science Bulletin》 2015-31
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A review on transition-metal catalyzed C–H bond carbonylation reactions with CO

YI YuKun;CHEN Ming;GUAN ZhengHui;Key Laboratory of Synthetic and Natural Functional Molecule Chemistry of Ministry of Education,Department of Chemistry and Materials Science,Northwest University;  
Carbon monoxide can be used as an inexpensive and readily available C1 source, which is also in agreement with atom economy. Carbonylation reactions with CO have been and continue to be a very active area of research. Since the pioneering work of Heck in 1974, carbonylations of aryl halides and pseudohalides with CO have become one of the most common methods for the addition of a carbonyl group to organic molecules. Recently, transition-metal-catalyzed chelation-assisted carbonylation of C-H bonds for the synthesis of carbonyl compounds. The progress in carbonylation chemistry has been achieved in both academic laboratories and industry. Hence, in this paper, we have reviewed the research work of transition-metal-catalyzed C-H bond carbonylation reactions with CO in recent years. We made introductions of C-H bond carbonylation reactions from three main parts: sp C-H, sp2 C-H and sp3 C-H bond. Some reaction mechanisms were described in the paper. These C-H bonds carbonylation reactions provide a simple and effective method for the synthesis of acids, ketones, esters, amides and anhydrides.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(21472147 21272183);; 陕西省青年科技新星基金(2012KJXX-26)资助
【CateGory Index】: O621.251
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