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Sulfur isotope fractionation during incorporation of sulfur nucleophiles into organic compounds

Amrani, Alon and Ma, Qisheng and Ahmad, Ward Said and Aizenshtat, Zeev and Tang, Yongchung (2008) Sulfur isotope fractionation during incorporation of sulfur nucleophiles into organic compounds. Chemical Communications, 2008 (11). pp. 1356-1358. ISSN 1359-7345. doi:10.1039/b717113g.

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34S enrichment is shown to occur during sulfurization reactions and for the first time conclusively attributed to an isotope equilibrium effect rather than selective addition of 34S enriched nucleophiles.

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Additional Information:© Royal Society of Chemistry 2008. Received (in Cambridge, UK) 5th November 2007, Accepted 2nd January 2008. First published as an Advance Article on the web 16th January 2008. The authors wish to thank David Sprinzak (Caltech) for help with MATLAB programing and Alex Sessions (Caltech) and Dmitri Gelman (Hebrew University) for helpful comments and discussions on an earlier version of this paper. Electronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Experimental and molecular modeling procedures, optimized coordinates for all structures, supplementary data for Tables 1–3, GC-MS trace for some of the products. See DOI: 10.1039/b717113g
Subject Keywords:polysulfide anions; Michael addition; isotope fractionation
Issue or Number:11
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