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Molecules 2004, 9(7), 617-621; doi:10.3390/90700617
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Microwave-Accelerated or Conventionally Heated Iodination Reactions of Some Aromatic Amines, Using ortho-Periodic Acid as the Oxidant †

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Received: 23 April 2004 / Accepted: 8 May 2004 / Published: 30 June 2004
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Abstract

A fast and simple method for the oxidative iodination of some aromatic amines, either under microwave irradiation or conventional heating, is reported, using diiodine and ortho-periodic acid as the oxidant. The reactions were carried out in boiling CH2Cl2 solutions under a reflux condenser. For the microwave assisted reactions, the reaction times were always notably shortened, but the yields were usually less influenced as compared with the conventional method.
Keywords: Monoiodinated arylamines; arylamines; ortho-periodic acid as oxidant; microwave irradiation. Monoiodinated arylamines; arylamines; ortho-periodic acid as oxidant; microwave irradiation.
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Sosnowski, M.; Skulski, L.; Wolowik, K. Microwave-Accelerated or Conventionally Heated Iodination Reactions of Some Aromatic Amines, Using ortho-Periodic Acid as the Oxidant †. Molecules 2004, 9, 617-621.

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