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  • Chem Sci Trans., 2013, 2(3),  pp 691-700  

    DOI:10.7598/cst2013.386

    Review Article

    A Brief on Thiocyanation of N-Activated Arenes and N-Bearing Heteroaromatic Compounds

  • KOBRA NIKOOFAR
  • Department of Chemistry, School of Sciences, Alzahra University, Tehran, Iran
  • Abstract

    Methods for the thiocyanation of N-activeted arenes (arylamines and anilines) and N-bearing heteroaromatic compounds (indoles, indolines, pyrroles, carbazoles, quinolines, isatins and oxindoles) have been discussed in this article. The general procedure which has been reported is using an oxidant/thiocyanation agent system. Based on oxidant type the methods classified on 6 parts. At the end the mechanistic aspects of the route have been discussed.

    Keywords

    Thiocyanation, Indoles, Anilines, Pyrroles

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