Allylic alcohols have recently risen to prominence as a valuable synthetic alternative to classic activated alkylating agents in asymmetric catalysis. The intrinsic drawbacks that limited their employment in catalytic enantioselective transformations, until recently, have been efficiently addressed providing elegant solutions. This short review intends to summarize the most salient and recent outcomes in this emerging research area, highlighting the scope and limitations of the most selective catalytic methodologies.

Catalytic Enantioselective Alkylations with Allylic Alcohols

BANDINI, MARCO;CERA, GIANPIERO;CHIARUCCI, MICHEL
2012

Abstract

Allylic alcohols have recently risen to prominence as a valuable synthetic alternative to classic activated alkylating agents in asymmetric catalysis. The intrinsic drawbacks that limited their employment in catalytic enantioselective transformations, until recently, have been efficiently addressed providing elegant solutions. This short review intends to summarize the most salient and recent outcomes in this emerging research area, highlighting the scope and limitations of the most selective catalytic methodologies.
M. Bandini; G. Cera; M. Chiarucci
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