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It is considered as a more reactive reagent than Chlorotriphenylmethane, for the preparation of trityl esters. It is also used in one-pot conversion of amino acids to their N-trityl derivatives involving N,O-ditritylation and selective methanolysis of the trityl ester.
Alan C. Scott and John M. Tedder. The induced homolysis of bromotriphenylmethane by a nitroxide.J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.,1979(2), 64b-65.
A. E. Arbuzov and M. Sh. Bastonova. The tautomerism of carbostyril derivatives.Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Division of chemical science,1952,1(5), 747-754.
More reactive reagent than Chlorotriphenylmethane, A11799 for the preparation of trityl esters: J. Org. Chem., 27, 3595 (1962). One-pot conversion of amino acids to their N-trityl derivatives involves N,O-ditritylation and selective methanolysis of the trityl ester: Synthesis, 198 (1989). See also Appendix 6.
Gefahrenhinweise (EU): H314-H318
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