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Reductive Hydroformylation of Isosorbide Diallyl Ether

Abstract : Isosorbide and its functionalized derivatives have numerous applications as bio-sourced building blocks. In this context, the synthesis of diols from isosorbide diallyl ether by hydrohydroxymethylation reaction is of extreme interest. This hydrohydroxymethylation, which consists of carbon-carbon double bonds converting into primary alcohol functions, can be obtained by a hydroformylation reaction followed by a hydrogenation reaction. In this study, reductive hydroformylation was achieved using isosorbide diallyl ether as a substrate in a rhodium/amine catalytic system. The highest yield in bis-primary alcohols obtained was equal to 79%.
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Jérémy Ternel, Adrien Lopes, Mathieu Sauthier, Clothilde Buffe, Vincent Wiatz, et al.. Reductive Hydroformylation of Isosorbide Diallyl Ether. Molecules, MDPI, 2021, 26 (23), pp.7322. ⟨10.3390/molecules26237322⟩. ⟨hal-03675976⟩

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