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“…These interactions also lead to an elongation of the Se-S bond, facilitating the cleavage of the bond upon thiol attack. 51b, 55 In other words, when there is a strong Se • • • O/N interaction in the selenenyl sulfide, the thiol always attacks at the selenium centre, leading to the generation of another selenenyl sulfide and not selenol.…”
Section: Thiol Exchange Reactionsmentioning
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“…These interactions also lead to an elongation of the Se-S bond, facilitating the cleavage of the bond upon thiol attack. 51b, 55 In other words, when there is a strong Se • • • O/N interaction in the selenenyl sulfide, the thiol always attacks at the selenium centre, leading to the generation of another selenenyl sulfide and not selenol.…”
Section: Thiol Exchange Reactionsmentioning