Re: ORGLIST: Thiophenyl radicals

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From: John S. Roberts (JohnSRoberts$##$worldnet.att.net)
Date: Fri Apr 11 1997 - 05:51:30 EDT


UV Does not work. The ring absorbs too much energy. How about a peroxide
with a relatively high half life at room temperature?

Best regards,
John S. Roberts

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| From: Douglas Barr <d.m.barr$##$susx.ac.uk>
| To: Multiple recipients of list orglist <orglist$##$dq.fct.unl.pt>
| Subject: ORGLIST: Thiophenyl radicals
| Date: Thursday, April 10, 1997 9:59 AM
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| Dear Colleagues;
| I'm trying to generate low concentrations of thiophenyl radicals
in
| solution at room temperature. I'm tempted to try either
triethylborane/air
| or ultraviolet, but can't find much precedent for either. Anyone got any
| suggestions?
| Thanks,
| Douglas Barr.
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