Conjugate addition of mixed diorganozinc compounds and functionalized organozinc cuprates to nitroolefins

Rimkus A, Sewald N (2002)
ORGANIC LETTERS 4(19): 3289-3291.

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The copper-catalyzed conjugate addition of symmetrical and mixed diorganozinc compounds as well as functionalized diorganozinc cuprates to nitroolefins leads to synthetically versatile nitro compounds in moderate to good yields. Mixed TMSM-organozinc compounds are suitable reagents for conjugate addition, since the TMSM group is not being transferred. Ipso substitution is observed in the absence of a catalytic amount of copper(I) salt. The nitroalkene moiety in 3-nitroacrylates proved to be the predominant Michael acceptor.
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Rimkus A, Sewald N. Conjugate addition of mixed diorganozinc compounds and functionalized organozinc cuprates to nitroolefins. ORGANIC LETTERS. 2002;4(19):3289-3291.
Rimkus, A., & Sewald, N. (2002). Conjugate addition of mixed diorganozinc compounds and functionalized organozinc cuprates to nitroolefins. ORGANIC LETTERS, 4(19), 3289-3291.
Rimkus, A., and Sewald, N. (2002). Conjugate addition of mixed diorganozinc compounds and functionalized organozinc cuprates to nitroolefins. ORGANIC LETTERS 4, 3289-3291.
Rimkus, A., & Sewald, N., 2002. Conjugate addition of mixed diorganozinc compounds and functionalized organozinc cuprates to nitroolefins. ORGANIC LETTERS, 4(19), p 3289-3291.
A. Rimkus and N. Sewald, “Conjugate addition of mixed diorganozinc compounds and functionalized organozinc cuprates to nitroolefins”, ORGANIC LETTERS, vol. 4, 2002, pp. 3289-3291.
Rimkus, A., Sewald, N.: Conjugate addition of mixed diorganozinc compounds and functionalized organozinc cuprates to nitroolefins. ORGANIC LETTERS. 4, 3289-3291 (2002).
Rimkus, A, and Sewald, Norbert. “Conjugate addition of mixed diorganozinc compounds and functionalized organozinc cuprates to nitroolefins”. ORGANIC LETTERS 4.19 (2002): 3289-3291.
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