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Divergent reactivity of sulfinates with pyridinium salts based on one- versus two-electron pathways

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Title
Divergent reactivity of sulfinates with pyridinium salts based on one- versus two-electron pathways
Author(s)
Myojeong Kim; Euna You; Seongjin Park; Sungwoo Hong
Publication Date
2021-05
Journal
CHEMICAL SCIENCE, v.12, no.19, pp.6629 - 6637
Publisher
ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
Abstract
One of the main goals of modern synthesis is to develop distinct reaction pathways from identical starting materials for the efficient synthesis of diverse compounds. Herein, we disclose the unique divergent reactivity of the combination sets of pyridinium salts and sulfinates to achieve sulfonative pyridylation of alkenes and direct C4-sulfonylation of pyridines by controlling the one- versus two-electron reaction manifolds for the selective formation of each product. Base-catalyzed cross-coupling between sulfinates and N-amidopyridinium salts led to the direct introduction of a sulfonyl group into the C4 position of pyridines. Remarkably, the reactivity of this set of compounds is completely altered upon exposure to visible light: electron donor-acceptor complexes of N-amidopyridinium salts and sulfinates are formed to enable access to sulfonyl radicals. In this catalyst-free radical pathway, both sulfonyl and pyridyl groups could be incorporated into alkenes via a three-component reaction, which provides facile access to a variety of beta-pyridyl alkyl sulfones. These two reactions are orthogonal and complementary, achieving a broad substrate scope in a late-stage fashion under mild reaction conditions.
URI
https://pr.ibs.re.kr/handle/8788114/9694
DOI
10.1039/d1sc00776a
ISSN
2041-6520
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