Activation Strategies for Earth-Abundant Metal Catalysis

Jingying Peng, Stephen P. Thomas

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The use of earth-abundant metal-catalysed organic transformations has increased significantly in recent years. Where low-oxidation-state catalysts are required, the in situ activation of metal(II/III) salts offers an operationally simple method to access these catalysts. Here we present the development of activation strategies from the use of reducing organometallic reagents to endogenous activation. Applications in alkene and alkyne hydrofunctionalisation reactions will be used to highlight the synthetic applications of the activation methods discussed.
Original languageEnglish
JournalAccounts and Rapid Communications in Chemical Synthesis (SYNLETT)
Early online date6 Apr 2020
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Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 6 Apr 2020

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