Metal-catalyzed carbon-sulfur bond formation.

@article{Kondo2000MetalcatalyzedCB,
  title={Metal-catalyzed carbon-sulfur bond formation.},
  author={Teruyuki Kondo and Take-aki Mitsudo Ta},
  journal={Chemical reviews},
  year={2000},
  volume={100 8},
  pages={3205-20}
}
In organic synthetic reactions, the scope and application of organosulfur chemistry have increased tremendously since sulfur-containing groups serve an important auxiliary function in synthetic sequences.1 Illustrative examples are the reversal of polarity (Umpolung), the enhancement of the acidity of C-H bonds, and the transfer of chirality from sulfur to carbon.2 On the other hand, transition metal complexcatalyzed reactions have made a great contribution to the recent growth of organic… CONTINUE READING
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