Nicolas Eghbali

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Isomeric preference between cyclic dialkoxy disulfides and thionosulfites is governed by the ring size of the heterocycle. Rings smaller than seven atoms prefer the thionosulfite connectivity, whereas larger rings or acyclic analogues favor the unbranched dialkoxy disulfide structure. Density functional calculations were employed to predict the crossover(More)
The relationship of cyclic dialkoxy disulfide 11, its thionosulfite isomer 12, and the related sulfoxylate 13 has been examined. Investigations demonstrate an interconversion between thionosulfite 12 and sulfoxylate 13. This sequential transformation brings evidence that a branched-bond sulfur structure is likely involved in sulfur extrusion.
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