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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

, Volume 32, Issue 9, pp 1084–1088 | Cite as

Orientation effects in phenoxathiin acetylation and formylation

  • O. Maior
  • D. Stoicescu
  • D. Gavriliu
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Abstract

In acetylation and formylation of phenoxathiin, besides 2-acyl-substituted main products, the 3-isomers form in ca. 10% yield. The structure of 3-acetylphenoxathiin isolated by fractional crystallization from the mixture resulted after acetylation was proved by means of physical and chemical methods.

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Crystallization Organic Chemistry Chemical Method Main Product Fractional Crystallization 
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  • O. Maior
  • D. Stoicescu
  • D. Gavriliu

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