Deoxygenations of (silox)₃WNO and R₃PO by (silox)₃M (M = V, Ta) and (silox)₃NbL (silox = ᵗBu₃SiO): Consequences of Electronic Effects

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Article discussing deoxygenations of (silox)3 WNO and R3PO by (silox)3M (M = V, Ta) and (silox)3NbL (silox = tBu3SiO) and consequences of electronic effects.

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Creation Date: June 6, 2001
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Publisher Name: American Chemical Society
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Article discussing deoxygenations of (silox)3 WNO and R3PO by (silox)3M (M = V, Ta) and (silox)3NbL (silox = tBu3SiO) and consequences of electronic effects.

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Reprinted with permission from the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Copyright 2001 American Chemical Society.

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Abstract: Oxygen atom transfers involving metal-oxo functionalities are central to many biological transformations, prominent in applications to organic synthesis, and of increasing importance in inorganic systems as synthetic tools, objectives in biomimicry, and targets of fundamental studies. As a synthetic route to (silox)₃WN (4, silox = ᵗBu₃SiO), the deoxygenation of (silox)₃WNO (2) by (silox)₃Ta (1-Ta) was attempted without success, despite ample precedent in cleavages of epoxides, N₂O, NO, CO₂, and CO. A comparison study involving sources of M(silox)₃ (1-M; M = V, Nb, Ta) revealed that features of deoxygenations of 2 and R₃PO) (R = Me, Ph, ᵗBu) are the consequences of electronic effects enforced by a limiting steric environment.

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Keyword(s): deoxygenations | electronic effects | organic synthesis
Source: Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2001, Washington DC: American Chemical Society, pp. 6419-6420
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  • DOI: 10.1021/ja004329w
  • ARK: ark:/67531/metadc107779
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Publication Title: Journal of the American Chemical Society
Volume: 123
Issue: 26
Page Start: 6419
Page End: 6420
Peer Reviewed: Yes