AffiliationDepartment of Chemistry, School of Natural Sciences, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL,
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AbstractA recent work by Hartwig et al. details an efficient method to borylate strong primary C(sp3)–H bonds via iridium-catalysed C–H activation. The conditions confer counterintuitive selectivity over more labile C–H bonds, while providing an avenue for a gamut of synthetically valuable late-stage functionalisations through versatile borylate intermediates.
CitationOsborne HC, Durie A, Schmidt CK, Larrosa I. C–H Borylation: No Need to Stop for Directions. Trends in Chemistry. 2020;2(11):957-9.
JournalTrends in Chemistry