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11.22.1.2.2.1 Method 1: From Aziridine Derivatives and Carbon Diselenide

DOI: 10.1055/sos-SD-011-01206

Pfeiffer, W.-D.Science of Synthesis, (200211958.

The aziridine 32 reacts with carbon diselenide to give the 2,2-biselenazole 33 and the oxoselenoxoamide 34 (Scheme 22).[‌33‌] The structure of 34 was derived from X-ray analysis.

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