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Synthesis of Sulfur Heterocycles from aromatic Thioketones. Part I:Three- and four-membered rings


Mloston, G; Heimgartner, H (2005). Synthesis of Sulfur Heterocycles from aromatic Thioketones. Part I:Three- and four-membered rings. In: Attanasi, O A; Spinelli, D. Targets in Heterocyclic Systems - Chemistry and Properties. Urbino, Italy: Italian Society of Chemistry, 141-157.

Abstract

The methods applied for the preparation of aromatic thioketones are summarized. Their conversions to give three-membered heterocycles with one (thiiranes) and two sulfur atoms (dithiiranes) are reviewed as well as thermal and photochemical reactions leading to four-membered thiaheterocycles (thietanes, thietes, and dithietes).

Abstract

The methods applied for the preparation of aromatic thioketones are summarized. Their conversions to give three-membered heterocycles with one (thiiranes) and two sulfur atoms (dithiiranes) are reviewed as well as thermal and photochemical reactions leading to four-membered thiaheterocycles (thietanes, thietes, and dithietes).

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Item Type:Book Section, refereed, further contribution
Communities & Collections:07 Faculty of Science > Department of Chemistry
Dewey Decimal Classification:540 Chemistry
Language:English
Date:2005
Deposited On:07 Nov 2011 14:18
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 15:04
Publisher:Italian Society of Chemistry
Number:9
ISSN:1724-9449
ISBN:88-86208-31-6
Related URLs:http://www.soc.chim.it/it/libriecollane/target_hs

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