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In organic chemistry, the Kumada coupling is a type of cross coupling reaction, useful for generating carbon–carbon bonds by the reaction of a Grignard reagent and an organic halide. Wikipedia
Named after: Makoto Kumada
Organic Chemistry Portal: kumada-coupling
RSC ontology ID: RXNO:0000144
In organic chemistry, the Kumada coupling is a type of cross coupling reaction, useful for generating carbon–carbon bonds by the reaction of a Grignard ...
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The Kumada Coupling was the first Pd or Ni-catalyzed cross coupling reaction, developed in 1972. The coupling of Grignard ...
Pd or Ni catalyzed cross C-C coupling of Grignard or Li reagents with aryl, vinyl (with retention of stereochemistry) or alkyl halides or tosylates. Kumada ...
by MM Heravi2019Cited by 24Kumada, Tamao, and Corriu cross-coupling reaction is a type of cross-coupling which has been found beneficial for the formation of ...
by AL Krasovskiy2014Cited by 37Stereoselective palladium-catalyzed Kumada–Corriu reactions of functionalized alkenyl halides and a variety of Grignard reagents, ...
by A Joshi-Pangu2011Cited by 170Herein, we report an efficient Ni-catalyzed Kumada cross-coupling reaction of tertiary alkylmagnesium halides and aryl bromides, ...
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by A Bhattacharjya2015Cited by 29Well-established, traditional Kumada cross-couplings involve preformed Grignard reagents in dry ethereal solvent that typically react, e.g., ...
by MS Eno2016Cited by 41The Kumada coupling between Grignard reagents and alkyl electrophiles has emerged as an important strategy for the construction of ...

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