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Catalyzing the Hydrodefluorination of CF3-substituted Alkenes by PhSiH3. H• Transfer from a Nickel Hydride.

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Summary of "Catalyzing the Hydrodefluorination of CF3-substituted Alkenes by PhSiH3. H• Transfer from a Nickel Hydride."

The hydrodefluorination of CF3-substituted alkenes can be catalyzed by a nickel(II) hydride bearing a pincer ligand. The cata-lyst loading can be as low as 1 mol%. gem-Difluoroalkenes containing a number of functional groups can be formed in good to excellent yields, by a radical mechanism initiated by H• transfer from the nickel hydride. The relative reactivity of various substrates supports the proposed mechanism, as does a TEMPO trapping experiment.

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Name: Journal of the American Chemical Society
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