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  • Direct arylation reactions catalyzed by Pd(OH)2/C: evidence for a soluble palladium catalyst.

Direct arylation reactions catalyzed by Pd(OH)2/C: evidence for a soluble palladium catalyst.

The Journal of organic chemistry (2005-09-10)
Mathieu Parisien, Damien Valette, Keith Fagnou
ABSTRACT

[reactions: see text] Palladium hydroxide on carbon (Pearlman's catalyst) effectively catalyzes direct arylation reactions of aryl iodides and bromides, providing excellent arylation-to-hydrodehalogenation ratios (>30:1) with broad scope for both intra- and intermolecular arylation processes. Studies aimed at determining the nature of the active catalyst indicate that an active homogeneous palladium species is produced under the reaction conditions.

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Palladium hydroxide on carbon, extent of labeling: 20 wt. % loading (dry basis), matrix carbon, wet support