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MPhos (Monodentate Phosphine Oxide Ligand) is a class of phosphine ligands that feature a phosphine oxide group. These ligands are designed to provide improved stability and reactivity in transition metal catalysis. MPhos ligands possess a tunable structure, allowing for fine-tuning of their electronic and steric properties by modifying the substituents on the phosphorus atom.
it is a class of Bidentate ferrocene based ligand and not the oxide. M stands for our company name. It’s potential applications in API synthesis will be discussed.