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Molecules 2005, 10(3), 516-520; doi:10.3390/10030516
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A Novel Aromatic Iodination Method, with Sodium Periodate Used as the Only Iodinating Reagent

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Received: 10 November 2004; Accepted: 10 March 2005 / Published: 13 May 2005
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Abstract: Benzene, halobenzenes and some deactivated arenes readily reacted inanhydrous NaIO4/AcOH/Ac2O/concd. H2SO4 mixtures to afford, after quenching withexcess aqueous Na2SO3 solution (a reducing agent), purified iodinated products in 27-88% yields. This novel method of aromatic iodination is simple, fairly effective andenvironmentally safe.
Keywords: Arenes; iodoarenes; aromatic iodination; sodium periodate; periodyl organic intermediates. Arenes; iodoarenes; aromatic iodination; sodium periodate; periodyl organic intermediates.
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Luliński, P.; Sosnowski, M.; Skulski, L. A Novel Aromatic Iodination Method, with Sodium Periodate Used as the Only Iodinating Reagent. Molecules 2005, 10, 516-520.

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Luliński P, Sosnowski M, Skulski L. A Novel Aromatic Iodination Method, with Sodium Periodate Used as the Only Iodinating Reagent. Molecules. 2005; 10(3):516-520.

Chicago/Turabian Style

Luliński, Piotr; Sosnowski, Maciej; Skulski, Lech. 2005. "A Novel Aromatic Iodination Method, with Sodium Periodate Used as the Only Iodinating Reagent." Molecules 10, no. 3: 516-520.


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