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Ligand and pH influence on manganese-mediated peracetic acid epoxidation of terminal olefins.

[reaction: see text] Nineteen Mn(II) complexes were screened for the catalytic epoxidation of terminal olefins using peracetic acid. Few of these complexes are efficient catalysts at pH < 2, but many are effective at 1 mol % catalyst loading at pH 4. With 0.1 mol % loading, four complexes epoxidize 1-octene in approximately 80% yield in 5 min. The relative reactivity of the catalysts toward different olefins was probed using a multicomponent intermolecular competition reaction.[1]

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