By R. J. Cremlyn
Sulfur chemistry is turning into more and more very important because the position of this aspect is explored in either organic and environmental fields. After the preliminary chapters have mentioned the synthesis, reactivity, and houses of the compounds as a rule, all the subsequent 9 chapters takes a selected sulfur containing useful workforce and expands the dialogue on man made systems. the ultimate bankruptcy appears on the significant makes use of of organo-sulfur compounds and their influence on organic and environmental parts.
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A. Usov and M. G. Veronkov, Modern Principles of the Synthesis of Organosulfur Compounds, in The Chemistry of Organosulfur Compounds (Ed. L. I. Belen'kii), Ellis Horwood, Chichester, 1990, Chap. 1, p. 13. 2. P. Page, Organosulfur Chemistry-Synthetic Aspects, Academic Press, London, 1995. 3. Organic Chemistry of Sulfur (Ed. S. Oae), Plenum Press, New York, 1977. 4. M. G. Veronkov, N. S. Vyazankin, E. N. Deryagina, A. S. Nakhmanovich and V. A. Usov, in Reactions of Organic Compounds with Sulfur (Ed.
This is illustrated by the structures (33a) and (33b) showing the optical isomers of ethyl methyl sulfoxide (Figure 2). With cyclic sulfoxides, geometric isomerism is possible; for instance, 4-t-butylcyclohexanesulfoxide exists as the cis-isomer (34a) and trans-isomer (34b) (Figure 3). 3 Structure-Chemical Relationship in Organosulfur Compounds 35 Figure 2 Figure 3 The nucleophilic character ofdialkyl sulfides is illustrated by their nucleophilic addition reaction with alkyl halides to form the corresponding sulfonium salts (35) (Scheme 13).
Treatment of an aromatic compound with an equimolar amount of the reagent yields the corresponding sulfonic acid (31), but when an excess of chlorosulfonic Scheme 27 Scheme 28 Scheme 29 2 Synthesis of Organosulfur Compounds 26 acid is employed the sulfonyl chloride (32) is obtained (Scheme 27). The latter provides a very convenient direct synthetic route to sulfonyl chlorides,7 which is valuable because sulfonyl chlorides (32) are important synthetic intermediates for the formation of other sulfonyl derivatives such as sulfonamides (33) and sulfonic acid esters (sulfonates) (34) (Scheme 28).
An Introduction to Organosulfur Chemistry by R. J. Cremlyn