Alkylation of 2-thioxoquinazol-4-one by different alkylating agents was studied, and it was found that the reaction proceeds at the exocyclic sulfur atom with the formation of 2-alkylthioquinazol-4-ones.
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Yun, L.M., Yangibaev, S., Shakhidoyatov, K.M. et al. Synthesis of 2-alkylthioquinazol-4-ones. Chem Heterocycl Compd 23, 214–216 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00663865
- Organic Chemistry
- Sulfur Atom
- Alkylating Agent