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Erbium(iii) Chloride: a Very Active Acylation Catalyst

Renato Dalpozzo A C, Antonio De Nino A, Loredana Maiuolo B, Manuela Oliverio B, Antonio Procopio B C, Beatrice Russo B, Amedeo Tocci A

A Dipartimento di Chimica, Università della Calabria, Ponte Bucci, 87030 Arcavacata di Rende, Italy.
B Dipartimento Farmaco-Biologico, Università degli Studi della Magna Graecia Complesso Ninì Barbieri, 88063 Roccelletta di Borgia, Italy.
C Corresponding authors. Email: dalpozzo@unical.it; procopio@unicz.it
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Erbium(iii) chloride is a powerful catalyst for the acylation of alcohols and phenols. The reaction works well for a large variety of simple and functionalized substrates by using different kinds of acidic anhydrides (Ac2O, (EtCO)2O, (PriCO)2O, (ButCO)2O, and (CF3CO)2), without isomerization of chiral centres. Moreover, the catalyst can be easily recycled and reused without significant loss of activity.

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