Modern Catalysts in A3- Coupling Reactions

Author(s): Ali Ramazani*, Hamideh Ahankar, Zahra T. Nafeh, Sang W. Joo*.

Journal Name: Current Organic Chemistry

Volume 23 , Issue 25 , 2019

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Propargylamines are an important constituent of diverse, biologically active and industrially valuable compounds. These useful, convenient and effective compounds can be synthesized via the A3-coupling reactions between an aldehyde, amine, and alkyne in the presence of a catalyst. In the past years, most of the catalysts containing transition metals were applied in these reactions, but today, various heterogeneous catalysts, especially nanocatalysts are used. The purpose of this review was to introduce some modern catalysts for the A3-coupling reaction.

Keywords: A3-coupling reaction, aldehyde, amine, alkyne, catalyst, transition metal, nanocatalyst.

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