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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Download Free PDF. Christian Amatore. Download PDF. A short summary of this paper. Tricoordinated anionic complexes Pd0L2Cl- and Scheme 2. The anion ligated to the palladium 0 affects the kinetics of the oxidative addition to ArI as well as the structure and reactivity of the arylpalladium II complexes pro- duced in this reaction.

Palladium-catalyzed Heck reactions eq 1 1a,b,d,e or cross- coupling reactions between aryl halides and nucleophiles eq 2 1b-h have been intensively developed for their important synthetic applications. The second step is a oxidative addition of the aryl halide to the usually sup- nucleophilic attack on trans-ArPdXL2, either a syn-addition posed electron complex Pd0L2 L monodentate Heck reactions, Scheme 1 or a transmetalation cross- coupling reactions, Scheme 2.

He studied at the Ecole Normale Superieure reductive elimination cross-coupling. He moved then to Indiana tal steps have been investigated separately and under University at Bloomington, where he worked with Jay K. Kochi as a Visiting stoichiometric conditions, starting from isolated stable Assistant Professor. He his a member of the advisory boards of several scientific journals and is currently editor of Journal of Electroanalytical tion.

He published ca. However, in most studies, the mechanistic Anny Jutand was born in France. She has obtained a M. After postdoctoral work a real catalytic cycle, i. Working on equivalent to Full Professor in She is involved in mechanistic investigations of transition metal-catalyzed reactions and in synthetic development of reactions isolated putative catalytic cycle segments and thus with requiring activation by both electron transfer and transition metals.

This is probably why some reported mechanisms appear inconsistent, unexpected, or not understood. For example, why are nucleophilic attacks on trans-ArPdIL2 complexes slower than the overall cata- lytic reaction?

Schematic representation of the in situ formation of in both cases Pd0L2 is supposed to be the common Pd0 OAc PPh3 2- solid symbols from a mixture of PdII OAc 2 and effective catalyst and trans-ArPdXL2 the unique and com- PPh3 left part of diagram , followed by its fast oxidative addition mon complex formed in the oxidative addition of ArX to upon addition of PhI right part of diagram. On the right part of the Pd0L2? Long OAc PPh3 2 final product.

This sequence of events is times required for investigating short-lived species. Time scales from to s are thus available.

Electrochemistry is then used for both its synthetic and analytical abilities. Reactivity of stable compounds can be Tricoordinated Anionic Palladium 0 monitored electrochemically since currents are propor- Intermediates in Oxidative Additions tional to concentrations.

Electrochemistry is then simply Coordination of Palladium 0 by Acetate Anions. However, electro- was supposed to be Pd0L2, its formation in situ remained chemical techniques cannot afford structural information a mystery. When authentic samples are not on the basis of its reduction peak. PPh3 2 proportional to its concentration versus time as We review here our mechanistic investigations on well as the increase of the oxidation current of the palladium-catalyzed Heck and cross-coupling reactions.

The reaction order is zero in PPh3 and catalytic cycles, i. The unexpected ability step of the overall process eq 3.

Despite the complexes to form previously unsuspected tri- or penta- excess of PPh3, the signal for free PPh3 is not detected, coordinated anionic intermediates is shown to be crucial which indicates that PPh3 is involved in at least one because it governs the whole catalytic process. Since the equilibrium. Noticeably, the overall reaction eq 7 affords protons resulting from the hydrolysis to O PPh3 of the phospho- nium salt formed with the palladium 0 eqs 3 and 4.

The reaction rate is not affected istry as an analytical technique, in conjunction with by acetate concentration but decreases with increasing spectroscopy, provided that reaction rates are not too fast.

This indicates that the Investigation of more reactive species requires their reactive species is generated by an uphill equilibrium generation by transient cyclic voltammetry, as illustrated involving PPh3 but not AcO- eq 6. The electron in the next section. However, this formal identity unreactive species Pd0 PPh3 3. Addition of a base required in Heck Although such precursors are frequently used synthet- ically,1b,d,f the reactivity of the ensuing palladium 0 com- plexes had never been fully examined.

PdX2 PPh3 2 X Cl, Br, I complexes are reduced in reaction such as NEt3, which neutralizes protons, slows THF in a single overall bielectronic process, affording the oxidative addition Table 1, entries 3 and 4 , and the palladium 0 complexes characterized by their oxidation rate becomes thus very similar to that of the proton-free peak, which is detected on the reverse scan Figure 2. Pd0 PPh3 2Cl- is the most reac- tive complex Table 1, entries 7 and 8.

This coordination is not restricted to halides or absence solid curve or in the presence of PhI 20 mmol dm-3 acetate, see above since the bielectronic reduction of dashed curve. Steady gold disk electrode 0. Negishi et al. The oxidative addition is faster in the presence of metal cations Table 1, entries Cations play the same role for Pd0 PPh3 2Cl- as protons much less than a second. The oxidative addition rate constants, whose high values preclude their deter- mination by usual spectroscopic techniques, are then In summary, halides, acetate, and aryl anions coordi- readily determined from variations of oxidation peak nate Pd0 PPh3 2 to form anionic tricoordinated complexes current versus scan rate.

The oxidative addition kinetics depends on the the chloride ion concentration increased added as n-Bu4- anion released by palladium II precursors or by aryl NCl , suggesting that chloride ions interfere in the oxida- halides during the reaction but also on cations delivered tive addition by ligation of the electrogenerated palladium- by nucleophiles or reducers and protons released during 0.

A detailed kinetic and their reactivity with nucleophiles. Scheme 5. Addi- tion of PhI results in a fast decay of the oxidation current Figure 1 and provides kinetic data on the oxidative addition rate Scheme 4. However, at longer times, the oxidation current rises again Figure 1.

This rising current characterizes iodide ions, quantitatively released in solu- tion after the oxidative addition. This indicates that PhPd- OAc PPh3 2 is formed ultimately and that the reaction proceeds in two separate steps via an intermediate short- lived anionic pentacoordinated complex, PhPdI OAc - PPh3 2-, in which both acetate and iodide ions remain coordinated to the palladium II center Scheme 4, [Pd] 2 mmol dm Moreover, through equilibrium 8 , it The trans-PhPdI PPh3 2 complex does not react suf- regulates the formation of a cationic phenylpalladium- ficiently fast with styrene Table 2 unless acetate ions are II.

The interplay between these different phenylpalla- added. PPh3 2. Yields are higher in the PPh3 2 is the key reactive intermediate in Heck reactions. It was nevertheless tested by addition Its reaction with styrene is inhibited by excess phos- of styrene to Pd0 PPh3 2 OAc - prior to PhI, so that this phine, suggesting that a free coordination site is required short-lived intermediate was in contact with styrene as to allow olefin coordination.

In this context, the higher soon as it was generated. No acceleration for the stilbene reactivity of PhPd OAc PPh3 2 compared to that of PhPdI- formation was observed, proving that this intermediate PPh3 2 may arise from the bidentate character of the is not the reactive one. Then, only steric hindrance determines the olefin styrene.

However, the reaction is slower than that with coordination in a position cis to the Ph ligand, which PhPd OAc PPh3 2 Table 2 ,10 probably because the sol- favors the syn-addition of the Ph-Pd bond onto the olefin. This interaction shifts the equilibrium toward the less reactive cationic complex. Neutralization of protons by a base shifts this equilibrium back to the more It is involved in a fast uphill equilibrium in which the reactive PhPd OAc PPh3 2 and consequently enhances the chloride ion departs to yield a neutral pentacoordinated stilbene formation rate.

Consequently, the role of the dm-3, solvent THF. Chloride ions thus inhibit the trans- base is more subtle than usually considered, viz. The base slows the fast oxidative addition with concentration.

But the stability Scheme 5. This double effect of the base, which tends of these anionic pentacoordinated phenylpalladium II to accelerate a slow reaction and decelerate a fast reaction, complexes and their further chemical evolution differ.

Although nucleophiles react with reactions. Indeed, one acetate ion delivered by the pre- trans-PhPdI PPh3 2 to afford cross-coupling products text- cursor Pd OAc 2 is ligated to every palladium 0 or palla- book mechanism, Scheme 2 , these reactions are slower dium II complex of the catalytic cycle, including the key than the overall catalytic reaction.

This explains why Pd OAc 2 precursors at long times. This establishes that trans-ArPdX PPh3 2 associated with PPh3 or with triarylphosphines which do complexes cannot be intermediates under catalytic condi- not have any substituent in the ortho position are efficient tions. Thus, the nucleophile must attack the intermediate catalysts in Heck reactions and proceed via the mecha- pentacoordinated neutral complex, ArPdXS PPh3 2 Scheme nism of Scheme 5. However, Heck reactions are also 7, main cycle.

As a proof for this complexes. Under usual conditions, the m countercation associated with nucleophiles conver- palladium 0 generated by PdCl2 PPh3 2 reduction is an sion. These modifications may induce a progressive anionic complex Pd0 PPh3 2Cl-. Released ions may be free or ion-paired However, at shorter times, an intermediate anionic pen- so that four situations shall be considered: tacoordinated electron complex, PhPdIII Cl PPh3 2-, is formed in which the chloride ion, borne by the palladium- 0 , remains attached to the palladium II center Scheme 6.

New Mechanism for Palladium-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions Because of these four possibilities, the metal cation m described above, which relates to the availability of free nature plays a crucial role in the overall mechanism by halide ions. Whenever free halide ions are not purposely added e. Conversely, when halide and acetate brought by the precursors of palladium 0 ions are free eqs 13 and 14, or free halide ions added , used in catalytic Heck and cross-coupling reactions or by Pd0L2X- and ArPdX X L2- are formed, so the main cycle aryl halides when the catalytic reaction proceeds.

Indeed, of Scheme 7 is expected to dominate. However, the Pd0L2, postulated as the common catalyst in both catalytic situation is not so simple because Schemes 2 and 7 are systems, is not formed as a main intermediate.

This probability duced in which the palladium 0 is ligated by a halide decreases with the conversion since Nu- is consumed, so Pd0L2X- or by an acetate ion Pd0L2 OAc -. The rate of Scheme 2 may become increasingly important. The same limited to oxidative addition kinetics since the structure situation occurs when the catalysis is initiated by Pd0L4 and reactivity of the arylpalladium II formed in the complexes Scheme 7, bottom.

When nu- complexes are not produced as main intermediates, but cleophiles are ion-paired, the rate of the nucleophilic instead previously unsuspected complexes are formed: attack on ArPdX S L2 is affected by the metal cation nature pentacoordinated anionic complexes ArPdI Cl PPh3 2- because this plays on the value of k3 and on [Nu-], so the and ArPdI OAc PPh3 2-, and neutral complexes ArPd- deviation through the left side cycle is favored.

Conversely, OAc PPh3 2, in which the anion ligated to the palladium- when the nucleophile is a free anion eqs 12 and 14 , the 0 remains ligated to the arylpalladium II and conditions metal cation has no influence at all except through that their intrinsic stability and reactivity with nucleophiles. Reductive Elimination and trans to cis Isomer- ization. Palladium-Catalyzed or Promoted gests new catalytic cycles to be considered.

Transition Metal Catalyzed Coupling Reactions

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Anionic Pd (0) and Pd (II) intermediates in palladium-catalyzed Heck and cross-coupling reactions

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Development of transition-metal catalyzed cross-coupling reactions involving amide electrophiles with heterocyclic nucleophiles. There are many technological challenges that face society today, one of which is the ability to develop precise control over chemical reactions. Many of the high-value molecules used as pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, and important materials must be made using synthetic techniques.

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Several research groups have recently developed methods to employ configurationally stable, enantioenriched organometallic nucleophiles in stereospecific Pd-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions. By establishing the absolute configuration of a chiral alkyltin or alkylboron nucleophile prior to its use in cross-coupling reactions, new stereogenic centers may be rapidly and reliably generated with preservation of the known initial stereochemistry. While this area of research is still in its infancy, such stereospecific cross-coupling reactions may emerge as simple, general methods to access diverse, optically active products from common enantioenriched organometallic building blocks.

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T he Suzuki-Miyaura coupling, a palladium-or nickelcatalysed cross-coupling reaction of boron-based nucleophiles and organic electrophiles 1.


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Suzuki reaction

The Suzuki reaction is an organic reaction , classified as a cross-coupling reaction , where the coupling partners are a boronic acid and an organohalide and the catalyst is a palladium 0 complex. Heck and Ei-ichi Negishi for their contribution to the discovery and development of palladium-catalyzed cross-couplings in organic synthesis. It is widely used to synthesize poly olefins , styrenes , and substituted biphenyls.

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