The reactions of dialkyl phosphites and phosphine oxides with iodosylbenzene
The reaction of iodosylbenzene with >P(O)H type of acids (dialkyl phosphites, secondary phosphine oxides) was studied. The acids of >P(O)H type add to iodosylbenzene to yield intermediate 6 which in the aprotic solvents yields oxidation products, it means >P(O)OH acids and/or anhydride of >P(O)OP(O)< type. On the other hand if the reaction is performed in alcohol as a solvent in the presence of sodium alcoholate >P(O)OR ester is the major product.
Sławomir Makowiec, Janusz Rachoń. (2002). The reactions of dialkyl phosphites and phosphine oxides with iodosylbenzene. Phosphorus Sulfur And Silicon And The Related Elements, 177(4), 941-955. Retrieved from
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