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METHOD FOR PRODUCING AROMATIC FLUORINE COMPOUND AND NOVEL COMPOUND

Foreign code F120006209
File No. S2009-0515
Posted date Feb 7, 2012
Country WIPO
International application number 2010JP058563
International publication number WO 2010/134580
Date of international filing May 20, 2010
Date of international publication Nov 25, 2010
Priority data
  • P2009-122801 (May 21, 2009) JP
  • P2009-249565 (Oct 29, 2009) JP
Title METHOD FOR PRODUCING AROMATIC FLUORINE COMPOUND AND NOVEL COMPOUND
Abstract A conventional method for producing an aromatic fluorine compound uses toxic mercury or tin, and therefore has a risk of contamination of a final compound with such a toxic metal and the final compound cannot be used as a pharmaceutical or a test agent. The development of a method for conversion into an aromatic fluoro compound in high yield under mild conditions with no risk of contamination with such a toxic metal has been demanded. An aromatic fluorine compound can be produced by oxidizing a compound having a phenolic hydroxy group to form an oxo compound and reacting the oxo compound with a fluorinating agent, followed by reduction, thereby converting a phenol group into a fluoro group. There is no risk of contamination with a toxic metal, and also the reaction conditions are mild and the yield is good.
  • Applicant
  • ※All designated countries except for US in the data before July 2012
  • Shizuoka Prefecture Public University Corporation
  • Inventor
  • AKAI-Shuji
IPC(International Patent Classification)
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