Synthesis of Phenylcyclopropane-Based Secondary Amine Catalysts and Their Applications in Enamine Catalysis.

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Summary of "Synthesis of Phenylcyclopropane-Based Secondary Amine Catalysts and Their Applications in Enamine Catalysis."

A novel chiral motif based on a phenylcyclopropane scaffold has been designed, and a facile synthetic route to the key intermediate for the synthesis of phenylcyclopropane-based chiral secondary amines has been developed. Newly synthesized chiral amines function as effective catalysts for several asymmetric reactions through enamine intermediates.


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Name: Organic letters
ISSN: 1523-7052


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