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5 equiv Ph2SiH2, 2 mol% 38, R1 THF, 15 °C, 24 h. 2 mol% AgBF4, R1 CH2Cl2, - 60 °C, 10 h. K. ROY highly effective for the enantioselective hydrosilation of phenyl/alkyl or dialkyl ketones with Ar2SiH2 (ArQPh or 3-F-C6H4). 144 Korostylev et al. 146 Good to high yields and high to often exceptional (95 to 499%) enantioselectivity were achieved, at room temperature in CH2Cl2. Again, the Re(V) complex stands out as a high oxidation state metal catalyst that is insensitive to air and moisture exposure.
Active species apparently remain ‘‘alive’’ for extended periods as molecular weight increase of the initial product to 12,300 g/mol in 6 months is observed. 119 VIII ASYMMETRIC HYDROSILATION It could be argued that catalytic asymmetric synthesis is one of the top ﬁelds of research currently in organic chemistry. The impetus for the wide and deep interest in this ﬁeld is provided primarily by two fronts: the pressing need in the pharmaceutical industry to develop new drugs and the rapidly advancing scientiﬁc progress in establishing structure–function/structure–activity relationships and interrelationships of biologically active molecules.
Since the advent of the Chalk–Harrod model, many excellent mechanistic studies have been put forth that examined detailed kinetics and/or intermediate characterization, most often using the less active transition metals to analyze and identify intermediate species. Perhaps the most salient of the earlier probing studies are those of Wrighton, Seitz–Wrighton, Perutz, Brookhart and their coworkers. These brought to light an important mechanistic feature of the catalysis – that the sequence of the basic steps of the cycle might partially determine what products and byproducts are formed.