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Dithiete



Dithietes are unsaturated heterocyclic compounds that contain two sulfur atoms and two sp2-hybridized carbon centers. Having 6-pi electrons, dithietes are aromatic. Two isomers are possible for this small class of organosulfur compounds, 1,2-dithietes, where the sulfur atoms are adjacent, and 1,3-dithietes, where the sulfur atoms are not adjacent. 1,3-Dithietes have not been isolated but a few 1,2-dithietes are known.[1]

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References

  1. ^ J. P. Donahue and R. H. Holm “3,4-Bis(1-adamantyl)-1,2-dithiete: the First Structurally Characterized Dithiete Unsupported by a Ring or Benzenoid Frame” Acta Crystallographica 1998, C54, 1175-1178. doi:10.1107/S0108270198002935.
 
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