Sulfur ylides generated from the reaction of ...
|Title||Sulfur ylides generated from the reaction of adamantylidene and phenylcarbene with sulfur substrates|
|Author(s)||Y. N. Romashin, Michael T. H. Liu, B. T. Hill, M. S. Platz|
|Abstract||Reaction of adamantylidene and phenylcarbene with ethylthiol, ethylene dithiol, allylethylsulfide, allylphenylsulfide, and trimethylenesulfide involves the formation of a sulfur ylide intermediate, followed by H-migration, 2,3-sigmatropic shift, or ring opening to give sulfides. The sulfur ylide formed in the reaction of phenylcarbene with trimethylenesulfide is directly observed by laser flash photolytic techniques. (C) 2003 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.|
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