Synthesis of Acyl Phosphoramidates Employing a Modified Staudinger Reaction
Iain Currie* and Brad E. Sleebs*
*The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Parkville, Victoria 3052, Australia, Email: currie.iwehi.edu.au, sleebswehi.edu.au
I. Currie, B. E. Sleebs, Org. Lett., 2021, 23, 464-468.
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Trimethylsilyl chloride as an activating agent enables a one-step synthesis of acyl phosphoramidates from a variety of functionalized acyl azides. This modified Staudinger reaction was further adapted to include in situ generation of acyl azides from a broad range of carboxylic acids and hydrazides.
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proposed reaction pathway
N-P bond formation, Staudinger reaction