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Stereoretentive Olefin Metathesis Made Easy: In Situ Generation of Highly Selective Ruthenium Catalysts from Commercial Starting Materials

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The in situ preparation of highly stereoretentive ruthenium-based metathesis catalysts is reported. This approach completely avoids the isolation of intermediates and air-sensitive catalysts, thus allowing for the rapid access and evaluation of numerous dithiolate Ru catalysts. A procedure was established to perform cross-metathesis reactions without the use of a glovebox, and on a small scale even Schlenk techniques are not required. Consequently, the chemistry displayed in this report is available to every practicing organic chemist and presents a powerful approach for the identification of new stereoretentive catalysts.
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hal-01903312 , version 1 (13-11-2018)

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Daniel S Müller, Idriss Curbet, Yann Raoul, Jérôme Le Nôtre, Olivier Baslé, et al.. Stereoretentive Olefin Metathesis Made Easy: In Situ Generation of Highly Selective Ruthenium Catalysts from Commercial Starting Materials. Organic Letters, 2018, 20 (21), pp.6822-6826. ⟨10.1021/acs.orglett.8b02943⟩. ⟨hal-01903312⟩
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