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Cu(II) catalyst is less efficient at room temperature for C-S cross-coupling. C-S cross-coupling by Cu(II) catalyst at room temperature is not reported. But doping of copper with molybdenum metal has been realized here to be more efficient for C-S cross-coupling in comparison to general Cu(II) catalyst. The doped catalyst CuMoO4 nanoparticle is found to be more efficient than copper. The catalyst works with mild condition without any ligand at room temperature. The catalyst is recyclable and effective for a wide range of thiols and haloarenes (ArI, ArBr, ArF) from milligram scale to gram scale. The copper based bimetallic catalyst is developed and recognized for C-S cross-coupling of haloarenes with alkyl and aryl thiols.
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