Challenges in the Highly Selective [3+1]-Cycloaddition of an Enoldiazoacetamide to Form a Donor–Acceptor cis-Cyclobutenecarboxamide

Date
2021-06-09
Authors
Joyasawal, Sipak
Doyle, Michael
Ma, Donghui
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Publisher
MDPI
Abstract

A substituted donor–acceptor cyclobutenecarboxamide is synthesized with modest enan tiocontrol through a chiral copper(I) complex catalyzed [3 + 1]-cycloaddition reaction of α-acyl diphenylsulfur ylides with 3-siloxy-2-diazo-3-butenamides. With a methyl substituent on the 4-position of the 3-butenamide, the cis-vicinal-3,4-disubstituted cyclobutenecarboxamide is formed with >20:1 diastereocontrol. Donor-acceptor 3-methyl-2-siloxycyclopropenecarboxamide is rapidly formed from the reactant enoldiazoamide and undergoes catalytic ring opening to give only the Z-γ-substituted metallo-enolcarbene. Elimination from 3-siloxy-2-diazo-3-pentenamide to form the conjugated 3-siloxy-2,4-pentadienamide is competitive but minimized at low temperature.

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Keywords
Donor–acceptor cyclobutenecarboxamide, [3 + 1]-cycloaddition reaction, 3-siloxy-2-diazo 3-butenamides, Z-γ-substituted metallo-enolcarbene, box ligands, copper (I), donor–acceptor cyclobutenecarboxamide, [3 + 1]-cycloaddition reaction, 3-siloxy-2-diazo 3-butenamides, Z-?-substituted metallo-enolcarbene, box ligands, copper(I)
Citation
10.3390/molecules26123520
Department
Chemistry