Solid silica-based sulphonic acid as an efficient green catalyst for the selective oxidation of sulphides to sulphoxides using NaCIO in aqueous media

Solid silica-based sulphonic acid as an efficient green catalyst for the selective oxidation of sulphides to sulphoxides using NaCIO in aqueous media 
Amoozadeh, Ali; Nemati, Firouzeh
S. Afr. J. Chem., 2009, Vol 62, 44-46

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Abstract: A range of sulphides can be selectively oxidized to the corresponding sulphoxides in good yields using NaClO / silica sulphonic acid as an efficient and recyclable solid acid catalyst, in both water and 50 / 50 water / EtOH as solvents. The new method compares favourably with previous methods in the literature.

 

 

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