Highly enantioselective intramolecular Michael reactions by D-camphor-derived triazolium salts

Chemical Communications : Chem Comm
Yi LiShu-Li You


Camphor-derived chiral triazolium salts have been found to be highly efficient for asymmetric intramolecular Michael reactions. With 1-5 mol% of the catalyst, the desired products were obtained in excellent yields, with up to 99% ee.


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