Molecular rearrangements of O-N bond-containing azoles (1-oxa-2-azoles) represent a wide class of reactions by which various heterocycle-to-heterocycle transformations can be performed as alternative synthetic methodologies. The material presented in this review is an extensive survey of both thermal and photochemical methodologies that have been applied to fluorinated oxadiazoles, and shows how molecular rearrangements can be an alternative and in some cases the most convenient route for the synthesis of several fluorinated heterocycles.

PACE A, PIBIRI I, BUSCEMI S, VIVONA N (2004). Molecular rearrangements of 1-oxa-2-azoles as an expedient route to fluorinated heterocyclic compounds. HETEROCYCLES, 63, 2627-2648 [10.3987/REV-04-584].

Molecular rearrangements of 1-oxa-2-azoles as an expedient route to fluorinated heterocyclic compounds

PACE, Andrea;PIBIRI, Ivana;BUSCEMI, Silvestre;VIVONA, Nicolo'
2004-01-01

Abstract

Molecular rearrangements of O-N bond-containing azoles (1-oxa-2-azoles) represent a wide class of reactions by which various heterocycle-to-heterocycle transformations can be performed as alternative synthetic methodologies. The material presented in this review is an extensive survey of both thermal and photochemical methodologies that have been applied to fluorinated oxadiazoles, and shows how molecular rearrangements can be an alternative and in some cases the most convenient route for the synthesis of several fluorinated heterocycles.
Settore CHIM/06 - Chimica Organica
PACE A, PIBIRI I, BUSCEMI S, VIVONA N (2004). Molecular rearrangements of 1-oxa-2-azoles as an expedient route to fluorinated heterocyclic compounds. HETEROCYCLES, 63, 2627-2648 [10.3987/REV-04-584].
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