Photochemical Transformations with Iodine Azide after Release from an Ion Exchange Resin.

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Summary of "Photochemical Transformations with Iodine Azide after Release from an Ion Exchange Resin."

The report discloses the photochemical homolytic cleavage of iodine azide after its formation accompanied with release from polymer-bound bisazido iodate(I) anions. A series of radical reactions are reported including the 1,2-functionlisation of alkenes and the unprecedented chemoselective oxidation of secondary alcohols in the presence of primary alcohols.


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Name: Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English)
ISSN: 1521-3773


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