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The synthesis of 2-substituted benzothiazoles has been achieved via cyclization of o-iodothiobenzanilide derivatives using Pd/C as the catalyst at room temperature. The protocol is ligand-free, additive-free, and high-yielding and involves very mild conditions.
A simple and efficient visible-light-promoted method for the C-3 thiocyanation of indoles has been developed. The transformation uses Rose Bengal as the photocatalyst and air as the terminal oxidant. The reaction is mild, high-yielding, and environmentally benign.
A visible light-promoted atom transfer Ueno-Stork reaction was developed using Ir(ppy)2(dtb-bpy)PF6 as the sensitizer. 2-Iodoethyl propargyl ethers or 2-iodoethyl allyl ethers were used as the radical precursors to construct tetrahydrofuran-containing fused [6,5] and [5,5] bicyclic frameworks.
Secondary enaminones were oxidized by photochemically generated singlet oxygen, followed by nucleophilic addition of alcohol and an unexpected 1,2-acyl migration to afford quaternary amino acid derivatives. An ene-type reaction pathway is proposed. It is distinctively different from the typical [2+2] addition of singlet oxygen to a C=C bond pathway.