Kinetics and Mechanism of the Reaction of Benzyl Bromide with Thiobenzamides

벤질브로미드와 티오벤즈아미드의 반응에 있어서의 반응속도와 반응메카니즘

  • Published : 1972.10.30


Rates of the reactions of m-and p-ring-substituted thiobenzamides with benzyl bromide in acetone have been determined by an electric conductivity method. The Hammett rule has been adopted for these reactions. It has been observed that an electron-attracting substituent accelerates the reaction while an electron-donating substituent retards the reaction, and a mechanism which accounts for the observed kinetics has been postulated. The activation energies and entropies of activation for these reactions have also been calculated.



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