A cooled reaction: Phosphoramidate–ClTaMe3 complexes promote the first example of room-temperature hydroaminoalkylation catalysis. This reaction can be realized under solvent-free conditions and with challenging substrates such as styrenes and dialkyl amines. When using a vinylsilane substrate, for the first time the linear regioisomer is obtained preferentially using a Group 5 metal. TBS=tert-butyldimethylsilyl, TMS=trimethylsilyl.
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