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Abstract

Sulfides treated in this chapter are thioethers having divalent sulfur atoms and the general formula RSR, where R may be an alkyl, vinyl, allyl, or aryl group. Mercaptals, R1R2C(SR3)2, and orthothioesters, RC(SR’)3, are also included. Heteroaromatic sulfides such as thiophenes are not treated, although they may also be considered to be sulfides in a broader sense.

Keywords

Sulfur Atom Bond Dissociation Energy Unshared Electron Pair Mercapto Group Thiyl Radical 
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  • Waichiro Tagaki
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  1. 1.Department of Chemistry, Faculty of EngineeringGumma UniversityKiryu, Gumma-KenJapan

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