CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS vol. 44, no. 8, pp. 2489 - 2507
ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
SCI; SCIE; SCOPUS
The design and implementation of tandem reactions provides organic chemists with numerous challenges, in particular that of undesired cross-reactivity between substrates. Among organometallics, the use of organozinc reagents in tandem reactions provides several advantages as a result of their broad functional group tolerance and compatibility with transition metals. This review highlights prominent examples of recent advances in tandem reactions with organozinc reagents that illustrate their potential in organic synthesis.