Radical arylation of acetyl-substituted thioureas
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The reaction of N-acetylthiourea with phenyl and p-tolyl radicals leads to diaryl disulfides and 2-methyl -4-thioaryl-6-acetamido-s-triazines.
A scheme was proposed for the formation of substituted s-triazines by the successive transformation of the intermediate radicals.
KeywordsPhenyl Disulfide Thiourea Intermediate Radical Radical Arylation
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