Reaction of pyridine-2-thione with acetylenes
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In contrast to 2-pyridone, pyridine-2-thione reacts with acetylene with the participation of one reaction center — the sulfur atom. The reaction with phenylacetylene and diacetylene proceeds stereospecifically to give products with cis structures. The structures of the synthesized compounds were confirmed by chemical and spectroscopic methods.
KeywordsSulfur Organic Chemistry Reaction Center Acetylene Sulfur Atom
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