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Hydroalkoxylation catalyzed by a gold(I) complex encapsulated in a supramolecular host.

A study was conducted to explore the catalytic activity of gold(I)-phosphine complexes readily encapsulated by a tetrahedral supramolecular host ([Ga.sub.4][L.sub.6]) for the intramolecular hydroalkoxylation of allenes. The findings for initial rate kinetics indicated that catalytic activity of [Me.... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of the American Chemical Society May 18, 2011, Vol.133(19), pp.7358-7360
Main Author: Wang, Z Jane
Other Authors: Brown, Casey J , Bergman, Robert G , Raymond, Kenneth N , Toste, F Dean
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title: Hydroalkoxylation catalyzed by a gold(I) complex encapsulated in a supramolecular host.
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  • Alkanes -- Chemical Properties
  • Gallium -- Chemical Properties
  • Methane -- Chemical Properties
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description: A study was conducted to explore the catalytic activity of gold(I)-phosphine complexes readily encapsulated by a tetrahedral supramolecular host ([Ga.sub.4][L.sub.6]) for the intramolecular hydroalkoxylation of allenes. The findings for initial rate kinetics indicated that catalytic activity of [Me.sub.3]PAuBr could be increased by 8-fold through encapsulation and catalytic turnovers was observed to increase up to 67 by [Me.sub.3]PAu(+) encapsulated in [Ga.sub.4][L.sub.6].
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