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Title: Phosphonites and diphosphites derived from biphenanthrol for use in asymmetric catalysis.
Author: Hyett, David John.
Awarding Body: University of Bristol
Current Institution: University of Bristol
Date of Award: 1999
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ChapterI contains a review of phosphoniteisn asymmetric catalysis and recent developments in asymmetric hydrogenation and a symmetric hydroformylation catalysis. Chapter2 is concerned with new phosphonite ligands f r asymmetric catalysis. A new three-steps ynthesiso f 9,9'-biphenanthryl-10,10'-dio(lb iphenanthrol') in 36% yield from phenanthrene is reported. The ligands PhP(OR)2, PhP(OR')2, (RO)2PCH2CH2P(OR)2a nd Ph2PCH2CH2P(OR)2 derived from 'biphenanthrol' (HOR)2 and dimethyl-1,1'-binaphthyl-2,2'-dihydroxy-3,3'-dicarboxylate( HOR')2 have been synthesised and their Pt(O,I I) and R h(I) chemistry is discussed The crystal structures of two complexes of the type [PtC12(phosphonite)h2a] ve been determined. The monoPhosphonite, diphosphonite and phosphinophosphonite complexes [Rh(cod)P2]BF4 derived from (S)-'biphenanthroal'r e described. In Chapter 3, the chemistry of some new diphosphites is described. The diastereomeric mixture of (RO)2P(ORRO)P(OR)2( 'biphenanthrite') is formed by reacting (±)-'biphenanthrol' with PC13- Optically pure (R, R, R)-'biphenanthrite' is similarly prepared from (R)-biphenanthrol'.The side-products and intermediates in this reaction are identified by their independent syntheses C: IP(OR)2,H (O)P(OR)2, (RO)2POP(OR)a2n d (HORRO)P(OR)2 Dehydration of 'biphenanthrola' lso occurs to give a furan, which was characterisedb y X-ray crystallography. Two equivalents of (R)-CIP(OR)2 react with (R)- or (S)-'binaphthol' (HOR")2 to give (R, R, R)- and (R, S, R)-(RO)2P(OR"R"O)P(OR)2 ('pnp'). The disodium salt of (±)-'biphenanthrol' reacts with two equivalents of (±)-CIP(OR)2 to yield the single ((R, SR) / (SR, S))- diastereomeor f 'biphenanthriteT. he Pt(II), Pd(11aI)n dR h(I) coordinationc hemistry of these new diphosphitesis reported. The complexes[ MC12(diphosphite)a] re fluxional due to the conformational flexibility of the nine-memberech delate ring and the crystal structures of (R,R ,R )- and (SR,S )-[PtC12('biphenanthrite)s]h ow very different ring conformations T.he hydroformylation of styrenes catalysed by rhodium(I) complexes of (R, R, R)-'biphenanthrite', (R, S, R)-'pnp' and (R, R, R)-pnp' is reported. The 'biphenanthritec' complex gives 50% branched aldehyde and no asymmetric induction. The complex of (R, SR)-'pnp' gives 91-96% branched aldehyde and up to 72% ee. The differences in the catalytic properties of the diastereomer is discussed. In Chapter4 , the asymmetric hydrogenation of oc-enamides with rhodium(I) complexes of the new phosphonites and diphosphitesa s catalysts is discussed The diphosphonite complex shows low activity and a modest ee (up to 41%) but the analogousp hosphinophosphonitceo mplex is highly active and gives high ee's (up to 88%).T his is the first phosphinophosphonittoe be used in asymmetric hydrogenation. The monophosphonitceo mplexi s very activea ndt he ee's of up to 92% aret he highest obtained with a monodentatleig and in asymmetric cc-enamide hydrogenation. Chapter5 gives the experimental details for the chemistry reported in this thesis.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
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Keywords: Hydrogenation; Hydroformylation Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic