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2.12.4.3 Method 3: Acylation of Alcohols and Amines

DOI: 10.1055/sos-SD-002-00968

Hou, Z.; Wakatsuki, Y.Science of Synthesis, (20032866.

In the presence of a catalytic amount of 23 (Ln=Sm), various alcohols and amines can be acylated under mild conditions by vinyl esters to give in high yields the corresponding esters and amides, respectively (Scheme 24).[‌84‌,‌85‌] In the case of tertiary alcohols, the acylation reaction requires an oxime ester as a cocatalyst, and the use of isopropenyl acetate as an acylating agent gives a much higher yield than that of vinyl acetate (Scheme 24).[‌85‌]

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