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Rhodium-catalyzed odorless synthesis of diaryl sulfides from borylarenes and S-aryl thiosulfonates

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Various diaryl sulfides, including heteroaryl- and nitrogen-containing sulfides, have been efficiently prepared by rhodium-catalyzed odorless deborylative arylthiolation of organoborons with S-aryl thiosulfonates. The ready availability of starting materials and further transformation of sulfides have rendered a diverse range of organosulfur compounds easily accessible.

Graphical abstract: Rhodium-catalyzed odorless synthesis of diaryl sulfides from borylarenes and S-aryl thiosulfonates

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Submitted
27 Jul 2017
Accepted
23 Aug 2017
First published
18 Sep 2017

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2017,53, 10640-10643
Article type
Communication

Rhodium-catalyzed odorless synthesis of diaryl sulfides from borylarenes and S-aryl thiosulfonates

K. Kanemoto, Y. Sugimura, S. Shimizu, S. Yoshida and T. Hosoya, Chem. Commun., 2017, 53, 10640
DOI: 10.1039/C7CC05868C

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