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GreenCat

GreenCat

Chemical name:

(1,3-bis(2,6-diisopropylphenyl)imidazolidin-2-ylidene)dichloro(2-((1-(methoxy(methyl)amino)-1-oxopropan-2-yl)oxy)benzylidene)ruthenium(II)

Product number: AS2034

CAS number: 1448663-06-6

Patent number: PCT/EP2013/062435

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Description

General purpose catalyst, very good for CM of internal, trans olefins of type 1. Very good for RCM with sterically non-demanding substrates leading to small/medium rings and for CM with electron deficient partners such as acrylates. Less sensitive to small impurities than nitro-Grela catalyst. Suitable for reaction in green solvents without degassing and drying.

Similar properties to CoolCat, reaction results may vary depending on conditions or different substrate

Chemical properties

Chemical formula:

 

C39H53Cl2N3O3Ru

Molecular weight:

783.83 g/mol

Physical state:

powder

Color:

green

Handling information

High stability allows catalyst handling on air.

Storage information

Long-term storage (>1 week):

Store under inert gas in a cold place (recommended temp. 2 - 8 °C).

Short-term storage (<1 week):

Store under inert gas at ambient temperature.

Applications

S. Bojarra, D. Reichert, M. Grote, A. G. Baraibar, A. Dennig, B. Nidetzky, C. Mugge, R. Kourist “Bio-based α,ω-Functionalized Hydrocarbons from Multi-step Reaction Sequences with Bio- and Metallo-catalysts Based on the Fatty Acid Decarboxylase OleTJE, ChemCatChem, 10, 5, 1192-1201, (2017).

 

 

E. Saraci, L. Wang, K. H. Theopold, R. F. Lobo “Bioderived Muconates by Cross-Metathesis and Their Conversion into Terephthalates ChemSusChem, 11, 773-780, (2018).

 

 

R. Kowalczyk, P. J. Boratyński “Stereoselective thia-Michael 1,4-Addition to Acyclic 2,4-Dienones and 2-En-4-ynones” Adv. Synth. Catal., 358, 1289-1295 (2016).

 

 

K. Skowerski, P. Kasprzycki, M. Bieniek, T. K. Olszewski “Efficient, durable and reusable olefin metathesis catalysts with high affinity to silica gel” Tetrahedron, 69, 7408 – 7415 (2013).

 

 

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