Ortho-Metalated, Chelate-Stabilized Benzylamines of the Rare-Earth (RE) Metals as Catalysts for Hydroamination

The present invention provides ortho-metalated, homoleptic benzylamine complexes

of the rare-earth (RE) metals and a method of producing same. Unlike the known RE metal complexes of benzylamine, the novel complexes are thermally stable and easily storable at room temperature. Moreover, the invention enables the use of the RE metals Nd, Sm or Gd, which are not known to form trisaryl complexes. The novel complexes of RE metals have been shown to outperform a known RE metal complex in catalyzing hydroamination reactions of olefins.

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