Refining Boron-Iodane Exchange to Access Versatile Arylation Reagents.
Portland State University (PSU) and the National Science Foundation (NSF, CHE #1856705) for partial support of this work. S. S. K. is grateful to the El-Mansy family for a summer fellowship. The NSF provided instrument fund- ing for the BioAnalytical Mass Spectrometry Facility at PSU (MRI 1828753).
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Aryl (Mes) iodonium salts, which are multifaceted aryl transfer reagents, are synthesized boron-iodane exchange. Modification to both the nucleophilic (aryl boron) and electrophilic (mesityl-λ-iodane) reaction components results in improved yield and faster reaction time compared to previous conditions. Mechanistic studies reveal a pathway that is more like transmetallation than SAr.
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Karandikar, S. S., & Stuart, D. R. (2022). Refining boron–iodane exchange to access versatile arylation reagents. Chemical Communications, 10.1039.D1CC06341C.