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An Esr Approach To Hypervalent Iodine Induced Iododecarboxylation

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Some mechanistic considerations based on the results of an ESR spectroscopic study of the IBDA (iodosobenzene diacetate) induced iododecarboxylation of several aliphatic carboxylic acids are reported. Both acetoxy units in IBDA are replaced by carboxylate groups in the first step of the reaction, forming a hypervalent iodine complex which then undergoes homolytic photodegradation. The R. radicals deriving from decarboxylation of the starting acids have been trapped by means of thiobenzoyl triphenylsilane and identified using ESR spectroscopy.

Affiliations: 1: Istituto dei Composti del Carbonio Contenenti Eteroatomi e loro Applicazioni I.Co.C.E.A. - C.N.R., 8 Via della Chimica I-40064 OZZANO EMILIA, Italy; 2: Dipartimento di Chimica, Politecnico di Milano 32 Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, I-20133 MILANO, Italy


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