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Aromatic azides are inert toward triethylsilane under thermal conditions in the presence of a radical initiator, but in the presence of additional catalytic amounts of tert-dodecanethiol, they afford anilinosilanes and thence the corresponding anilines in virtually quantitative yields.
The novel cascade radical reaction of 2-(phenylalkynyl)aryl radicals with 4-Y-phenyl isothiocyanates (Y = H, OMe, Me, Cl, CN) provides a useful one-pot protocol for the production of 8-Y-substituted (12) and/or 9-Y-substituted benzothieno[2,3-b]quinolines (11). The whole process entails primary formation of an alpha-(2-alkynylarylsulfanyl)imidoyl radical… (More)
Aryl radicals react with 2-(2-phenylethynyl)phenyl isothiocyanate through a novel radical cascade reaction entailing formation of alpha-(arylsulfanyl)imidoyl radicals and affording a new class of compounds, i.e. thiochromeno[2,3-b]indoles. These derivatives are formed as mixtures of substituted analogues arising from competitive [4 + 2] and [4 + 1] radical… (More)
The radical reaction of benzenethiol with S-4-pentynyl carbamothioates provides a valuable protocol for the tin-free generation of carbamoyl radicals, which arise from intramolecular substitution at sulfur by the initial sulfanylvinyl radicals. This procedure can be usefully employed to achieve N-benzylcarbamoyl radical 5-exo and 4-exo cyclizations leading,… (More)
[reaction: see text] The radical chain reaction of benzenethiol with alkynylthiol esters provides a new, valuable protocol for the tin-free generation of acyl radicals that arise from intramolecular substitution at sulfur by the initial sulfanylvinyl radicals.
[reaction: see text] Stannylaminyl radicals derived from radical reactions of Bu(3)SnH with azidoalkylmalononitriles exhibit highly efficient 5- and 6-exo cyclization onto either nitrile group to give aminoiminyl radicals that in turn are reduced to amidines or undergo successive 5-exo cyclization onto an internal alkene.
[reaction: see text] Aryl- and alkyl-derived azidoacyl radicals, generated from thiolesters by intramolecular homolytic substitution at the sulfur, can undergo five- and six-membered cyclization onto the azido moiety to give cyclized lactams.
[reaction: see text] Aromatic azides are inert toward tributylgermanium hydride under thermal conditions in the absence and in the presence of a radical initiator but in the presence of catalytic amounts of benzenethiol undergo fast reaction, yielding reduced anilines and 2-germylated derivatives in high overall yields.