Rosenmund reaction

What is Rosenmund reaction?

The Rosenmund reaction is a chemical reaction that involves copper-catalyzed arsonylation through the substitution of aromatic halides to yields phenylarsonic acids derivatives.

Rosenmund reaction - arsenic acids - phenylarsonic acids derivatives
Rosenmund reaction

References

  • Rosenmund, K.W. (1921), Das am Ring-Kohlenstoff gebundene Halogen und sein Ersatz durch andere Substituenten, III. Mitteilung: Die Darstellung von Arsin- und Sulfonsäuren. [The halogen bonded to the ring carbon and its replacement by other substituents, III. communication: the preparation of arsine and sulfonic acids.] Ber. dtsch. Chem. Ges. A/B, 54: 438-440. https://doi.org/10.1002/cber.19210540311
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