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Bis(imido)vanadium(V)-Catalyzed 2+2+1 Coupling of Alkynes and Azobenzenes Giving Multi-Substituted Pyrroles.

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Summary of "Bis(imido)vanadium(V)-Catalyzed 2+2+1 Coupling of Alkynes and Azobenzenes Giving Multi-Substituted Pyrroles."

The combination of VCl(THF) and N,N-bis(trimethylsilyl)aniline (1a) is an efficient catalyst for [2+2+1] coupling reaction of alkynes and azobenzenes, giving multi-substituted pyrroles. A plausible reaction mecha-nism involves the generation of a mono(imido)vanadium(III) species as an initiation step, where 1a served as an imido source with concomitant release of 2 equiv of ClSiMe, followed by a subsequent reaction with azobenzene to form a catalytically active bis(imido)vanadium(V) species via N=N bond cleavage.

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Name: Journal of the American Chemical Society
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