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1,1-Diaminoazines as organocatalysts in phospha-Michael addition reactions Chemical Communications (IF6.222), Pub Date : 2021-10-26, DOI: 10.1039/d1cc04657h Aabid A. Wani, Sumit S. Chourasiya, Deepika Kathuria, Prasad V. Bharatam
1,1-Diaminoazines can act as effective organocatalysts for the formation of phosphorus–carbon bonds between biphenylphosphine oxide and an activated alkene (Michael acceptor). These catalysts provide the P–C adducts at a faster rate and with relatively better yields in comparison to the organocatalysts employed earlier. The notable advantage is that 1,1-diaminoazines catalyse the reaction even in an aqueous medium with very good yields. Organocatalysis using 1,1-diaminoazines was also successfully carried out between dimethylphosphite and benzylidenemalononitrile under multicomponent conditions.