Synthesis of Alkenyl Sulfides Through the Iron-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reaction of Vinyl Halides with Thiols.
Summary of "Synthesis of Alkenyl Sulfides Through the Iron-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reaction of Vinyl Halides with Thiols."
We report here the iron-catalyzed cross-coupling reaction of alkyl vinyl halides with thiols. While many works devoted on the coupling of thiols with alkyl vinyl iodides. Interestingly, the known S-vinylation of vinyl bromides and chlorides are limited to 1-(2-bromovinyl)benzene and 1-(2-chlorovinyl)benzene. Investigation on the coupling reaction of challenging alkyl vinyl bromides and chlorides with thiols is rare. Since the coupling of 1-(2-bromovinyl)benzene and 1-(2-chlorovinyl)benzene with thiols can be performed in the absence of any catalyst, here we focus on the coupling of thiols with alkyl vinyl halides. It is important to note that this system is not only reactive for alkyl vinyl iodides but also for the challenging alkyl vinyl bromide and chloride. Interestingly, the regioisomers are formed in most cases when alkyl vinyl chloride is used as the coupling partner; the reason is not clear at the moment.
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Name: The Journal of organic chemistry
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