Tert-Butyl Nitrite Mediated Palladium Catalysed One-Pot Stereoselective Synthesis of Aryl-C-Glycosides from Glycals and Anilines

Session: 
PS2 Poster session 2 Even numbers
Code: 
P210
Location (hall): 
Foyer
Start/end time: 
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 - 15:45 to 17:15
Adesh Kumar
Singh

Adesh Kumar Singh1, Jeyakumar Kandasamy1

1Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) , Varanasi, India

2-Deoxy aryl-C-glycoside motifs were found in various bio-active molecules and natural products [1]. For instance, the natural products pluramycins, angucyclines and benzoisochromanequinones contain 2-deoxy aryl C-glycoside units. There are few different routes have been developed for the preparation of 2-deoxy aryl glycosides [1]. Among them, a direct coupling of aryl donors such as arylboronic acids, arylhydrazines and aryl halides with glycals has received great attention in carbohydrate synthesis [2]. However, all these methods require a high temperature, dry reaction conditions and longer reaction temperatures. Aryldiazonium salts are highly useful synthetic intermediates in organic chemistry [3]. Aryldiazonium salts have been explored as an efficient alternative to arylhalides and arylboronic acids in many cross-coupling reactions [3a]. In this context, here we report palladium catalyzed tert-butyl nitrite mediated stereoselective synthesis of 2-deoxy aryl-C-glycosides from glycals and anilines under mild conditions (Scheme 1). A wide range of glycals including D-glucal, D-galactal, L-rhamanal, D-xylal and D-ribal reacted with various functionalized anilines and provided synthetically useful 2,3-deoxy 3-keto α- or β-aryl-C-glycosides in good to excellent yields in the absence of oxidant, base or ligand [4]. 

Figure 1. Synthesis of aryl glycosides from glycals and aryldiazonium salts

References: 
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  4. Singh, A .K.; Kandasamy, J. Submitted, 2019 (a) Singh, A .K.; Kandasamy J. Org. Biomol. Chem., 2018,16, 5107-5112. 

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