Rhodium-catalyzed olefin isomerization/allyl Claisen rearrangement/intramolecular hydroacylation cascade

Organic Letters
Ryuichi Okamoto, Ken Tanaka

Abstract

It has been established that a cationic Rh(I)/dppf complex catalyzes the olefin isomerization/allyl Claisen rearrangement/intramolecular hydroacylation cascade of di(allyl) ethers to produce substituted cyclopentanones in good yields under mild conditions.

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