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Issue 6, 2016
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Phosphovanadomolybdic acid catalyzed desulfurization–oxygenation of secondary and tertiary thioamides into amides using molecular oxygen as the terminal oxidant

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Abstract

In the presence of phosphovanadomolybdic acids, e.g., H6PV3Mo9O40, desulfurization–oxygenation of various kinds of structurally diverse secondary and tertiary thioamides proceeded efficiently using molecular oxygen as the terminal oxidant, affording the corresponding amides in moderate to excellent yields. In addition, 18O-labeled amides could readily be synthesized using H218O as the oxygen source.

Graphical abstract: Phosphovanadomolybdic acid catalyzed desulfurization–oxygenation of secondary and tertiary thioamides into amides using molecular oxygen as the terminal oxidant

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Submitted
16 Dec 2015
Accepted
21 Mar 2016
First published
22 Mar 2016

New J. Chem., 2016,40, 4865-4869
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Letter

Phosphovanadomolybdic acid catalyzed desulfurization–oxygenation of secondary and tertiary thioamides into amides using molecular oxygen as the terminal oxidant

N. Xu, X. Jin, K. Suzuki, K. Yamaguchi and N. Mizuno, New J. Chem., 2016, 40, 4865
DOI: 10.1039/C5NJ03579A

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