Synthesis of Trifluoromethanesulfinamidines and -sulfanylamides
journal contributionposted on 2008-12-05, 00:00 authored by Aurélien Ferry, Thierry Billard, Bernard R. Langlois, Eric Bacqué
Fluorinated moieties constitute important substituents used in many applications to modify the properties of molecules. The action of DAST onto Ruppert’s reagent yields to a not isolable intermediate that can then react with various primary amines to give trifluoromethanesulfinamidines and trifluoromethanesulfanylamides. Such compounds were unknown until now and constitute interesting new families of fluorinated molecules.