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  1. IMPROVED RUTHENIUM CATALYSTS FOR Z-SELECTIVE OLEFIN METATHESIS Benjamin K. Keitz, Koji Endo, Paresma R. Patel, Myles B. Herbert, and Robert H. Grubbs J. Am. Chem. Soc.2012, 134, 693–699. Shawn K. Collins Université de Montréal Department of Chemistry Centre for Green Chemistry and Catalysis shawn.collins@umontreal.ca Web: http://www.mapageweb.umontreal.ca/collinss/ CHARETTE/COLLINS LITERATURE MEETING Université de Montréal (UdeM) October 11th, 2012 Montréal, Québec

  2. CROSS METATHESIS: GENERALIZED MECH USING GRUBBS II For a review on catalytic cross-metathesis, see: (a) Blechert, S.; Connon, S. J. Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. 2003, 42, 1900; (b) Vernall, A. J.; Abell, A. D. Aldrichimica Acta2003, 36, 93; (c) For industrial applications of cross metathesis, see: Pederson, R. L.; Fellows, I. M.; Ung, T. A.; Ishihara H.; Hajela, S. P. Adv. Synth. Catal. 2002, 344, 728. First proposed by Chauvin: Herrison, J. L.; Chauvin, Y. Makromol. Chem.1970, 141, 161. and later expanded upon by Katz: Katz, T. J.; McGinnis, J. L. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1975, 97, 1592.

  3. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): SUBSTRATE CONTROL Crowe, W. E.; Goldberg, D. R. J. Am. Chem. Soc.1995,117, 5162.

  4. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): SUBSTRATE CONTROL Randl, S.; Gessler, S.; Wakamatsu, H.; Blechert, S. Synlett2001, 430.

  5. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): SUBSTRATE CONTROL Kim, M.; Lee, D. Org. Lett. 2005, 7, 1865.

  6. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): CATALYST CONTROL Jiang, A. J.; Zhao, Y.; Schrock, R. R.; Hoveyda, A. H. J. Am. Chem. Soc.2009, 131, 16630.

  7. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): CATALYST CONTROL Meek, S. J.; O'Brien, R. V.; Llaveria, J.; Schrock, R. R.; Hoveyda, A. H. Nature2011, 471, 461-466.

  8. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): CATALYST CONTROL Yu, M.; Wang, C.; Kyle, A. F.; Jakubec, P.; Dixon, D. J.; Schrock, R. R.; Hoveyda, A. H. Nature 2011, 479, 88-93.

  9. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): CATALYST SYNTHESIS Modification of adamantyl group or mesityl group either destroyed reactivity or prevented metalation of the adamantyl group… …current manuscript focuses on modification of the anionic group!

  10. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): CATALYST SYNTHESIS

  11. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): SUBSTRATE CONTROL

  12. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): OLEFIN BINDING

  13. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): OLEFIN BINDING

  14. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): CATALYST SYNTHESIS Some changes to aryl group (that did give catalysts) did not affect rate (ie Cl sub for Me)… Bulky ligands caused faster initiation …strange for Hov-type cats Monodentate ligands were essentially non-metathesis active… Faster initiation did not guarantee better catalysts…

  15. Z-SELECTIVE METATHESIS (PREVIOUS): SUBSTRATE CONTROL NO2 cat. has little secondary metathesis events

  16. SUMMARY. • New C−H activated ruthenium catalysts for Z-selective olefin metathesis. Adjusting the ligand environment around the metal center has yielded significant insight into the initiation behavior, activity, and selectivity. • Catalysts are capable of ca. 1000 turnovers in several cross-metathesis reactions with very low loadings and do not require reduced pressures, high temperatures, or rigorous exclusion of protic solvents in order to operate effectively. • Secondary metathesis events are also relatively slow for the majority of substrates, meaning that significant reaction optimization should not be required.