This work describes two independent research projects. The first one is focused on preparation of a new class of heterocyclic hypervalent iodine (III) compounds, the benziodoxaboroles, and a series of heterocyclic compounds containing trivalent iodine, oxygen, and boron in a five-membered ring were prepared and structurally investigated by X-ray crystallography. Second project is related to the development of new environmentally friendly hypervalent iodine (V) reagent and methods for oxidative iodination of arenes.
University of Minnesota M.S. thesis. August 2013. Major: Chemistry. Advisor: Viktor Zhdankin. 1 computer file (PDF); ix, 116 pages, appendices p. 79-116.
Maskaev, Andrey Viktorovich.
Preparation, structural studies and chemical properties of new hypervalent iodine compounds.
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