Buchler Glossary


Hydroarylation can be defined as the addition of an aryl group and a hydrogen atom across an unsaturated moiety (either alkene or alkyne) yielding a new Csp2–Csp3 or Csp2–Csp2 bond, respectively.

Hydroarylation examples catalyzed by cinchona alkaloid derivatives can be found in our free of charge Chiral Catalyst Search Data Base

Example from Literature

Tetracyclic Benzocarbazoles and Derivatives: Synthesis and Applications. (Gaspar et al.; Front. Nat. Prod. 2021, 7, 158-196.)


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