A new, practical access to amidyl radicals

Abstract : Amidyl radicals are readily generated from N-allylsulfonimides by the action of a xanthate and a small amount of a peroxide as initiator. The process involves extrusion of sulfur dioxide from an N-amidosulfonyl radical by rupture of the nitrogen-sulfur bond; in some cases, the N-amidosulfonyl radical is prematurely captured by the internal olefinic trap.
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Cécille Moutrille, Samir Zard. A new, practical access to amidyl radicals. Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2004, pp.1848-1849. ⟨10.1039/b405545d⟩. ⟨hal-00954814⟩

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