2-((Difluoromethyl)sulfonyl)benzo[d]thiazole is a useful difluoromethylating reagent used for the synthesis of various compounds, such as radical fluoroalkylation of isocyanides, radical oxydifluoromethylation of olefinic amides and gem-difluoroolefination of aldehydes and ketones.
Scope and limitations of the Julia-Kocienski reaction with fluorinated sulfonylesters.
Difluoromethyl 2-pyridyl sulfone: A new gem-difluoroolefination reagent for aldehydes and ketones.
Synthesis of difluorinated β-ketosulfones and novel gem-difluoromethylsulfone-containing heterocycles as fluorinated building blocks.
Radical Fluoroalkylation of Isocyanides with Fluorinated Sulfones by Visible-Light Photoredox Catalysis.
Visible-light-mediated radical oxydifluoromethylation of olefinic amides for the synthesis of CF2H-containing heterocycles.
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