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题名: Direct monofluoromethylation of O-, S-, N-, and P-nucleophiles with PhSO(NTs) CH2F: the accelerating effect of alpha-fluorine substitution
其他题名: 一氟甲基亚砜亚胺PhSO(NTs)CH2F对O-,S-,N-,P-亲核试剂所进行的直接一氟甲基化: α-氟取代的加速效应
作者: Shen X(沈晓); Zhou M(周敏); Ni CF(倪传法); Zhang W(张伟); Hu JB(胡金波)
通讯作者: 胡金波
刊名: Chem. Sci.
发表日期: 2014
DOI: 10.1039/c3sc51831k
卷: 5, 期:1, 页:117-122
收录类别: SCI
英文摘要: An efficient and direct monofluoromethylation of O-, S-, N-, and P-nucleophiles with PhSO(NTs) CH2F 1 has been developed. In contrast to the previously known detrimental effect of a-fluorine substitution on S(N)2 reactions, the current monofluoromethylation is accelerated by the a-fluorine substitution. Based on a mechanistic study, a new reactivity of sulfoximine (as a radical monofluoromethylation reagent) is disclosed.
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Shen X,Zhou M,Ni CF,et al. Direct monofluoromethylation of O-, S-, N-, and P-nucleophiles with PhSO(NTs) CH2F: the accelerating effect of alpha-fluorine substitution[J]. Chem. Sci.,2014,5(1):117-122.
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