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Pd‐Catalyzed [3+2]‐Dehydrogenative Annulation Reactions

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Pd-catalyzed [3+2] annulations go dehydrogenative: a new protocol enables the Pd(II)-catalyzed [3+2] annulation between resonance-stabilized acetamides (or 3-oxoglutarates) and β,γ-unsaturated cyclic carbonyl derivatives. This dehydrogenative strategy represents a more atom- and step- economical version than the corresponding Pd(0)-catalyzed redox-neutral couplings previously studied by our group, enabling the straightforward construction of a number of heteropolycyclic structures.


The significance of cross dehydrogenative couplings has increased considerably in recent years. This article revisits the [3+2] C−C/N−C, C−C/O−C and C−C/C−C annulation strategy, recently reported by our group, according to a Pd(II) catalyzed dehydrogenative variant. Our original report relied on Pd(0) catalysis, using α,β-unsaturated-γ-oxy carbonyls as bis-electrophiles and resonance-stabilized acetamides or 3-oxoglutarates as C/N and O/C or C/C bis-nucleophiles, respectively. In this more modern and straightforward Pd(II)-catalyzed dehydrogenative approach, β,γ-unsaturated carbonyl derivatives replace α,β-unsaturated-γ-oxy carbonyls as bis-electrophiles. Our study includes experimental optimization and showcases the synthetic versatility in the formation of diverse heterocyclic structures, such as bicyclic lactams, furo-cycloalkanones and bicycloalkane-diones. Furthermore, a mechanism is proposed to elucidate the underlying processes involved in these reactions.

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