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The derivative of this compound serves as an exceptionally mild and versatile catalyst for Heck reactions of aryl chlorides and bromides. A sterically and electronically diverse array of aryl bromides, as well as activated aryl chlorides, couple with a range of mono- and disubstituted olefins at room temperature, furnishing the arylated product with high E/Z stereoselection.
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Kohei Endo.; Takahiro Ohkubo.; Takafumi Ishioka.; Takanori Shibata. Cross Coupling between sp3-Carbon and sp3-Carbon Using a Diborylmethane Derivative at Room Temperature.J. Org. Chem. 2012, 77 (10),4826-4831.