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Diaryl-λ-chloranes: Versatile Synthesis and Unique Reactivity as Aryl Cation Equivalent.

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Summary of "Diaryl-λ-chloranes: Versatile Synthesis and Unique Reactivity as Aryl Cation Equivalent."

We have developed a versatile, high-yield synthesis of diarylchloroniums/λ3-chloranes through the reaction of various chloroarenes with readily prepared mesityldiazonium tetrakis(pentafluorophenyl)borate under mild conditions. The scope of the reaction is broad, including ArCl, ArBr, and ArI. The diarylchloroniums/λ3-chloranes prepared here show unique reactivity, enabling intermolecular electrophilic arylation reaction of weak nucleophiles, and chlorane-halogane exchange reaction.

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Name: Journal of the American Chemical Society
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