Photochemical, thermal, and thermocatalytic reactions of diphenyldiazomethane with dimethyl thiophosphite
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The direct photolysis of diphenyldiazomethane in dimethyl thiophosphite gave the product of P-H insertion. The thermal reaction leads to the N-dimethoxythiophosphorylhydrazone of benzophenone and O,O-dimethyl S-(diphenylmethyl) thiophosphate. Carbenoid P-H insertion occurred in the thermocatalytic decomposition.
KeywordsDimethyl Photolysis Benzophenone Thermal Reaction Direct Photolysis
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