Facile insertion reaction of arynes into carbon-carbon sigma-bonds

Chemical Communications : Chem Comm
Hiroto YoshidaAtsutaka Kunai


The carbon-carbon sigma-bond of various beta-dicarbonyl compounds was found to add to the triple bond of arynes under extremely mild conditions, leading to direct introduction of different carbon functional groups into the aromatic skeletons.


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