Hypervalent molecules, sulfuranes, and persulfuranes: review and studies related to the recent synthesis of the first persulfurane with all substituents carbon-linked

@article{Pu2009HypervalentMS,
  title={Hypervalent molecules, sulfuranes, and persulfuranes: review and studies related to the recent synthesis of the first persulfurane with all substituents carbon-linked},
  author={Z. Pu and Q. Li and Y. Xie and H. Schaefer},
  journal={Theoretical Chemistry Accounts},
  year={2009},
  volume={124},
  pages={151-159}
}
In his classic 1969 review, Jeremy Musher introduced the term “hypervalent” to describe molecules composed of main group elements failing to satisfy the octet rule. Since that time, there has been much progress in the preparation and understanding of hypervalent molecules. Theoretical research from our group on sulfuranes and persulfuranes, two of the most important classes of hypervalent molecules, is reviewed in the first part of this Account. The immediate motivation for the new research… Expand
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