A biomimetic iron catalyst for the epoxidation of olefins with molecular oxygen at room temperature

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It's no sacrifice: A bio-inspired iron system, in which a β-keto ester serves as a sacrificial cosubstrate, readily epoxidizes olefins under ambient conditions with air. Aromatic olefins are oxidized in high yields with excellent chemoselectivity. Mechanistic investigations point out substantial differences to well-known radical-based autoxidations ​
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