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Handbook of Reagents for Organic Synthesis. Reagents for Heteroarene Synthesis

  • ID: 2685985
  • Book
  • June 2017
  • 728 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Handbook of Reagents for Organic Synthesis
Reagents for Heteroarene Synthesis

Heteroarenes are among the most prevalent structural units in natural products, pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, and other compounds of scientific or commercial interest. With the advent of transition–metal catalysis, heteroarene synthesis has evolved to include catalytic, atom economical and more sustainable reaction conditions, providing access to both well–established and novel heteroarenes. Present methodologies allow not only for the production of known heteroarenes but also for the specific incorporation of heteroatoms at their desired positions within novel structural cores.

By describing 99 key reagents for heteroarene synthetic reactions, this handbook serves as a companion to the previous handbook, Reagents for Heteoarene Functionalization. Both handbooks are complementary and provide an extensive overview of the reagents currently available for heteroarene synthesis.

All the information compiled in this volume is also available in electronic format on Wiley Online Library. The 99 reagents represented here are but a small fraction of the ca. 5,000 reagents available in the electronic Encyclopedia of Reagents for Organic Synthesis (e–EROS). e–EROS offers various search interfaces to locate reagents of interest, including chemical structure, substructure and reaction search modes. e–EROS is updated regularly with new and updated entries.

To see the complete collection of organic reagents online visit: [external URL]
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Preface ix

Introduction xi

Recent Review Articles and Monographs xiii

Short Note on InChIs and InChIKeys xvii

Acetaldoxime 1

Acetone Hydrazone 7

Acetonitrile 11

Acetonitrile N–Oxide 18

N–Aminophthalimide 19

1–Amino–pyridinium iodide 24

Ammonium Nitrate 27

Ammonium Acetate 29

Ammonium Bicarbonate 30

Benzonitrile N–Oxide 33

Benzoyl Isothiocyanate 36

N–[Bis(methylthio)methylene]–p–toluenesulfonamide 37

Bromoacetone 47

1–tert–Butyloxycarbonyl–1–methylhydrazine 52

2–Chloro–1,3–dimethylimidazolinium chloride 57

Copper(I) Chloride 61

Copper(II) Chloride 75

Copper(I) Iodide 83

Copper(II) Sulfate 93

Copper(II) Trifluoromethanesulfonate 104

Cyclopentadienylbis(triphenylphosphine)cobalt(I) 115

(Diacetoxyiodo)benzene 119

Diaminomaleonitrile 128

Diazo(trimethylsilyl)methyllithium 129

Dibromoformaldehyde Oxime 135

Dichloro Bis(acetonitrile) Palladium 137

Dichlorobis(triphenylphosphine)–palladium(II) 142

Di– –chlorodichlorobis[(1,2,3,4,5– )–1,2,–3,4,5–

pentamethyl–2,4–cyclopentadien–1–yl]diiridium 146

2,3–Dichloro–5,6–dicyano–1,4–benzoquinone 172

Dichloroformaldehyde Oxime 184

Dichlorotris(triphenylphosphine)ruthenium(II) 186

(Diethoxyphosphoryl)acetonitrile oxide 191

Diethyl Oxalate 192

2,2–Difluoroethylamine 195

Diiminosuccinonitrile 199

1,3–Diisopropyl–1,3–propanedione 200

2,5–Dimethoxytetrahydrofuran 203

N,N–Dimethylacetamide Dimethyl Acetal 208

Dimethyl Diazomalonate 215

Dimethyl 2,3–Pentadienedioate 230

Dimethyl 1,2,4,5–Tetrazine–3,6–dicarboxylate 236

2,4–Dinitrophenylhydrazine 244

Diphenyl Cyanocarbonimidate 247

Dirhodium(II) Tetraacetate 249

Dirhodium Tetrakis(heptafluorobutyramide) 265

Di–p–tolylcarbodiimide 267

Ethyl 2–Diazo–3–oxo–3–phenylpropanoate 273

Ethyl 2–Diazo–3–oxybutyrate 275

Ethyl 2–Diazo–4,4,4–trifluoro–3–oxobutanoate 281

Ethyl Ethoxymethylenecyanoacetate 284

Formamidine Acetate 289

Gold(I) Chloride 291

Gold(III) Chloride 298

Guanidine 322

2,5–Hexanedione 327

Hydrogen Sulfide 330

Hydroxylamine 335

Indium Tribromide 343

Iodine 358

Iron(III) Bromide 374

Iron(III) Chloride 379

Malonyl Chloride 387

–Methacrolein N–tert–Butylimine 389

Methyl glycine 390

Methyl Isocyanate 393

S–Methylisothiourea 395

4–Methyloxazole 397

Methyl Thioglycolate 398

Oxo(trimanganese) Heptaacetate 401

Oxygen 402

Palladium(II) Acetate 415

Palladium(II) Chloride 449

Phenyl Isocyanide 467

Phenylhydrazine 468

Phenyliodine(III) Bis(trifluoroacetate) 472

Phosphorus Oxychloride 481

Pivalic Acid 489

Polyphosphoric Acid 497

Potassium Ethyl Xanthate 503

Potassium Monoperoxysulfate 512

Selenium(IV) Oxide 531

Semicarbazide 542

Silver(I) Hexafluoroantimonate 547

Sodium Nitrite 550

Sodium Sulfide 561

Sodium Tetrachloroaurate(III) 573

Sulfur 577

N,N,N ,N –Tetrabromobenzene–1,3–disulfonamide

(TBBDS) 583

Tetrakis(triphenylphosphine)–palladium(0) 585

3–Thiapentanedioic acid 594

Thiourea 596

o–Tolyl Isocyanide 598

p–Tolylsulfonylmethyl isocyanide 599

Trifluomethyldiazomethane 607

Trifluoroethylamine 612

Trifluoromethanesulfonic anhydride 616

1,1,1–Trifluoro–N–phenylmethanesulfenamide 633

2–(Trimethylsilyl)phenyl Triflate 635

Triphenylphosphinegold(I) Chloride 638

List of Contributors 000

Reagent Formula Index 000

Subject Index 000

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André B. Charette
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