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Enantioselective organocatalytic α- and γ-alkylation of α,ß -unsaturated aldehydes

AuthorsMarqués-López, Eugenia ; Herrera, Raquel P.; Stiller, Julian; Christmann, Mathias
Issue Date2010
CitationVII Simposio Investigadores Jóvenes de la RSEQ-Sigma Aldrich (2010)
AbstractNatural product synthesis and medicinal chemistry strongly depend on the development of new synthetic methodologies. It is not an exaggeration to think that catalytic reactions are cornerstones in the design of future sustainable chemical processes. Besides the field of transition metal catalyzed processes and enzymatic reactions, organocatalysis has undoubtedly enriched the field of asymmetric catalysis. In recent years, enantioselective organocatalysis has found very attractive applications in target- and diversity-oriented synthesis, and in many cases, simple amine-based catalysts can give rise to extremely high enantioselectivities. In the last years our research has been dedicated to the development of new and interesting methodologies based on asymmetric dienamine catalysis, which is yet quite unexplored in contrast with enamine and iminium catalysis. In this communication we will present new organocatalytic processes, where unprecedented alkylation reactions of α,β-unsaturated aldehydes take place with very good enantioselectivities.
DescriptionResumen del trabajo presentado al VII Simposio Investigadores Jóvenes de la Real Sociedad Española de Química-Sigma Aldrich celebrado en Valencia del 10 al 12 de noviembre de 2010.
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