Vilsmeier-Haack Reaction
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Vilsmeier%E2%80%93Haack Reaction

Vilsmeier-Haack reaction
Named after Anton Vilsmeier
Albrecht Haack
Reaction type Substitution reaction
Identifiers
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RSC ontology ID RXNO:0000055

The Vilsmeier-Haack reaction (also called the Vilsmeier reaction) is the chemical reaction of a substituted amide (1) with phosphorus oxychloride and an electron-rich arene (3) to produce an aryl aldehyde or ketone (5). The reaction is named after Anton Vilsmeier and Albrecht Haack.[1][2][3]

For example, benzanilide and dimethylaniline react with phosphorus oxychloride to produce an unsymmetrical diaryl ketone.[4] Similarly, anthracene is formylated at the 9-position.[5] The reaction of anthracene with N-methylformanilide, also using phosphorus oxychloride, gives 9-anthracenecarboxaldehyde:

N-Methylformanilide and anthracene and phosphorus oxychloride

Reaction mechanism

The reaction of a substituted amide with phosphorus oxychloride gives a substituted chloroiminium ion (2), also called the Vilsmeier reagent. The initial product is an iminium ion (4b), which is hydrolyzed to the corresponding ketone or aldehyde during workup.[6]

The Vilsmeier-Haack reaction

See also

Further reading

  • Mallegol, T.; Gmouh, S.; Aït Amer Meziane, M.; Blanchard-Desce, M.; Mongin, O. (2005). "Practical and Efficient Synthesis of Tris(4-formylphenyl)amine, a Key Building Block in Materials Chemistry". Synthesis. 2005 (11): 1771-1774. doi:10.1055/s-2005-865336.
  • Bélanger, G.; Larouche-Gauthier, R.; Ménard, F.; Nantel, M.; Barabé, F. (2005). "Addition of Tethered Nonaromatic Carbon Nucleophiles to Chemoselectively Activated Amides". Org. Lett. 7 (20): 4431-4. doi:10.1021/ol0516519. hdl:11143/17289. PMID 16178551.

References

  1. ^ Vilsmeier, Anton; Haack, Albrecht (1927). "Über die Einwirkung von Halogenphosphor auf Alkyl-formanilide. Eine neue Methode zur Darstellung sekundärer und tertiärer p-Alkylamino-benzaldehyde" [On the reaction of phosphorus halides with alkyl formanilides. A new method for the preparation of secondary and tertiary p-alkylaminobenzaldehydes]. Berichte der Deutschen Chemischen Gesellschaft zu Berlin. 60: 119-122. doi:10.1002/cber.19270600118.
  2. ^ Meth-Cohn, O.; Stanforth, S. P. (1991). "The Vilsmeier-Haack Reaction (Review)". Compr. Org. Synth. 2: 777-794. doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-052349-1.00049-4.
  3. ^ Campaigne, E.; Archer, W. L. "Formylation of dimethylaniline". Organic Syntheses. 33: 27. doi:10.15227/orgsyn.033.0027.; Collective Volume, 4, p. 331
  4. ^ Hurd, C. D.; Webb, C. N. (1927). "Vilsmeyer-Haack reaction of benzanilide and dimethylaniline". 7: 24. doi:10.15227/orgsyn.007.0024. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  5. ^ Fieser, F. L.; Hartwell, J. L.; Jones, J. E.; Wood, J. H.; Bost, R. W. (1940). "Formylation of anthracene". 20: 11. doi:10.15227/orgsyn.020.0011. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  6. ^ Jones, G.; Stanforth, S. P. (2000). "The Vilsmeier Reaction of Non-Aromatic Compounds". Org. React. 56 (2): 355-686. doi:10.1002/0471264180.or056.02.

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