Silicon-induced phenanthrene formation from benzynes and allenylsilanes

Chemistry : a European Journal
Jih Ru Hwu, Sharada P Swain


Now directly feasible: The silicon atom in allenylsilanes enabled their reaction with two equivalents of benzynes to generate (α-phenanthrenyl)vinylsilanes in good to excellent yields through an unprecedented [2+2+2] pathway (see scheme).


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