It doesn′t cost a dime: A nickel-based system that catalyzes the aromatic amination of aryl chlorides is presented. Starting from a simple Ni(II) salt, aliphatic phosphonium-based ionic liquids (ILs) were found to stabilize the nickel nanoparticles formed in situ during the reaction. The IL also enables successful recycling of the system after the reaction.
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