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Organosilicon compounds are widely used in materials science, medicinal chemistry and synthetic chemistry. Recently, significant progress has been achieved in transition metal-catalyzed dehydrogenative C-H silylation. Particularly, recently developed monohydrosilane and dihydrosilane mediated C-H silylation have emerged as powerful tools in constructing C-Si bonds. Besides, dihydrosilane-mediated enantioselective asymmetric C-H silylation has successfully enabled the construction of central and helical silicon chirality. In addition, chiral organosilicon compounds have exhibited excellent photoelectric material properties and broad application prospects. Furthermore, organosilicon compounds could under a series of functional group transformations to enrich the diversity of silicon chemistry. This review will present a comprehensive picture of the development of transition metal-catalyzed hydrosilane-mediated intramolecular C(sp2 )-H and C(sp3 )-H silylation organized by their reaction types and mechanisms. In addition, dihydrosilane-mediated enantioselective asymmetric C-H silylation to construct central and helical silicon chirality will also be highlighted in the review. © 2022 Wiley-VCH GmbH.


Yuanfang Kong, Delong Mu. Recent Progress in Transition Metal-Catalyzed Hydrosilane-Mediated C-H Silylation. Chemistry, an Asian journal. 2022 May 16;17(10):e202200104

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