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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

, Volume 31, Issue 5, pp 563–566 | Cite as

Electron transfer as the initiating stage of dehydrogenation of benzimidazolines by the triphenylmethyl cation

  • A. S. Morkovnik
  • A. N. Suslov
  • E. S. Klimov
  • Z. S. Morkovnik
  • O. Yu. Okhlobystin
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Abstract

We consider a radical-ion mechanism for dehydroaromatization of benzimidazolines by triarylmethyl cations, including as the initial step electron transfer from the hydroheteroaromatic compound to the electrophilic reagent. We draw the conclusion that there is significant weakening of the C(2)-H bond in the benzimidazoline radical cation formed in this stage.

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Organic Chemistry Electron Transfer Dehydrogenation Initial Step Radical Cation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. S. Morkovnik
  • A. N. Suslov
  • E. S. Klimov
  • Z. S. Morkovnik
  • O. Yu. Okhlobystin

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