Reactions of sulfur with organic compounds
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On heating 2-thienylchloromethane or di-2-thienylsulfide with elementary sulfur in o-dichlorobenzene at 180–185°, there was obtained 1, 2-di-2-thienylethylene in yields of 10 and 19%, respectively. In contrast to stilbene, the latter on reaction with sulfur did not give tetra-2-thienylthiophene, or other low-molecular weight products. The mass, PMR, and IR spectra of 1, 2-di-2-thienylethylene were examined.
KeywordsSulfur Organic Chemistry Organic Compound Stilbene Elementary Sulfur
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