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In this paper, an efficient protocol of DMAP (2‐dimethylaminopyridine)‐catalyzed condensation reaction of readily available α‐bromocinnamaldehydes with 2‐aminobenzimidazoles or 2‐aminoimidazoles in the presence of TBHP was developed. A variety of pyrimido[1,2‐a]benzimidazoles or...
A star‐shaped compound with a pyrene core and four triarylamine arms is demonstrated as a solvatochromatic fluorescent thermometer over a wide temperature range. This molecule can display blue, cyan, green, yellow, and orange emissions as a result of a distribution of different conformers at...
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A highly regio‐ and chemo‐selective dimeric Mn(I)‐catalyzed hydroarylation and hydroalkenylation of unbiased internal alkenes with commercially abundant organoboron compounds is reported. A wide range of densely functionalized aliphatic alkenyl amides can successfully undergo site‐exclusive...
Privileged 2‐amino‐2’‐hydroxy‐1,1’‐binaphthyl (NOBIN) frameworks were constructed through a novel domino arylation of naphthylhydroxylamines with diarylhalonium salts and sigmatropic rearrangement in a transition metal‐free fashion. This protocol bears broad substrate generality and proceeds...
A star‐shaped compound 1 with a pyrene core and four triarylamine arms has been prepared and characterized. It exhibits intense intramolecular‐charge‐transfer (ICT) emissions with strong solvatofluorochromism. On the basis of the temperature‐dependent emission color and wavelength changes,...
A straightforward multicomponent sulfonamidation of nitroarenes, sodium metabisulfite and boronic acids was established under transition‐metal‐free conditions to access diverse sulfonamides from readily available and low‐cost materials modularly. Inorganic salt sodium metabisulfite not only...
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