Promotion of 1,3-Dithiolanes using a Bentonitic Clay as Catalyst

J. M. Aceves, G. A. Arroyo, Y. M. Vargas, R. Miranda, A. Cabrera, F. Delgado

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Abstract

The reactions between 1,2-ethandithiol with several carbonylic compounds to form the corresponding 1,3-dithiolanes were performed using a natural clay as promotor. The target molecules are used as reagents to obtain fine chemicals, herbicides, fungicides, and pharmaceutical compounds among others applications. A kinetic study of camphorquinone and 1,2-ethandithiol showed a first-order dependence with 1,2-ethandithiol as well as with camphorquinone. The substrate transformation in percent was found to be dependent with the reaction time, the amount of catalyst, and the reagents concentration. © 2003 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)71-76
Number of pages63
JournalHeteroatom Chemistry
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StatePublished - 13 Feb 2004

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Fungicides
Herbicides
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Kinetics
Substrates
Pharmaceutical Preparations
clay
1,3-dithiolane
1,2-ethanedithiol
camphorquinone

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Aceves, J. M., Arroyo, G. A., Vargas, Y. M., Miranda, R., Cabrera, A., & Delgado, F. (2004). Promotion of 1,3-Dithiolanes using a Bentonitic Clay as Catalyst. Heteroatom Chemistry, 71-76. https://doi.org/10.1002/hc.10215
Aceves, J. M. ; Arroyo, G. A. ; Vargas, Y. M. ; Miranda, R. ; Cabrera, A. ; Delgado, F. / Promotion of 1,3-Dithiolanes using a Bentonitic Clay as Catalyst. In: Heteroatom Chemistry. 2004 ; pp. 71-76.
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