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Efficient Conversion Of Thiols To S-Nitrosothiols With The 18-Crown-6 Complex Of N2O4 As A New Nitrosating Agent

N. Iranpoor, H. Firouzabadi, R. Heydari
Published 1999 · Chemistry

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Gaseous N2O4 reacts with 18-crown-6 to afford a stable ionic complex of NO+·18-crown-6·H(NO3)2–; this complex is an efficient nitrosating agent for the conversion of thiols to their corresponding S-nitrosothiols in different organic solvents.
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