Synthesis of thiophosphoryl-substituted derivatives of cycloalkanecarboxylic acids
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The 1-thiophosphorylated esters and nitriles of cycloalkanecarboxylic acids were obtained both by the direct reaction of derivatives of thiophosphorylacetic acids with α,ω-dihalogenoalkanes in the K2CO3/DMSO heterophasic system, and as a result of the reaction of the corresponding oxygen compounds with the Louson reagent.
Keywordscycloalkylthiophosphonates cycloalkylthiophosphinates cycloalkylphosphine sulfides thiophosphorylacetic acids cycloalkylation Louson reagent
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