The Photolysis of N-sulphinylaniline in the Presence of Diphenyldiazomethane
The photolysis of N-sulphinylaniline in the presence of diphenylcarbene leads to N-diphenylmethyleneaniline: the reaction proceeds by addition of a carbene to the nitrogen-sulphur double bond.
J. O. Stoffer and H. R. Musser, "The Photolysis of N-sulphinylaniline in the Presence of Diphenyldiazomethane," Journal of the Chemical Society D: Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, Jan 1970.
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