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An Aromatic Iodination Method, with Iodic Acid Used as the Only Iodinating Reagent†
Chair and Laboratory of Organic Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Medical University, Banacha 1, PL02-097 Warsaw, Poland
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Received: 8 November 2004; in revised form: 28 January 2005 / Accepted: 29 January 2005 / Published: 28 February 2005
Abstract: Benzene, halobenzenes, and a number of more or less deactivated arenes,including nitrobenzene, readily reacted in anhydrous HIO3/AcOH/Ac2o/conc. H2SO4mixtures to probably give ArIO2 intermediates or other hypervalent species (notisolated). The final reaction mixtures were poured into excess aq. Na2SO3 solution (areductant) to give the purified iodinated products in 39-83% yields.
Keywords: Arenes; iodoarenes; aromatic iodination; iodic acid as reactant and iodinating agent
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Krassowska-Swiebocka, B.; Prokopienko, G.; Skulski, L. An Aromatic Iodination Method, with Iodic Acid Used as the Only Iodinating Reagent†. Molecules 2005, 10, 394-400.
Krassowska-Swiebocka B, Prokopienko G, Skulski L. An Aromatic Iodination Method, with Iodic Acid Used as the Only Iodinating Reagent†. Molecules. 2005; 10(2):394-400.
Krassowska-Swiebocka, Barbara; Prokopienko, Grazyna; Skulski, Lech. 2005. "An Aromatic Iodination Method, with Iodic Acid Used as the Only Iodinating Reagent†." Molecules 10, no. 2: 394-400.