organic molecule containing two sulfur atoms that are each bound to either a hydrogen, alkyl, or aryl group through bonds
chemical reaction in which one enantiomer of a chiral product is preferentially formed
molecule or ion rich in electrons that donates a pair of electrons to form a covalent bond
enantioselective method of epoxidation that can yield not only a syn product but only one of the two possible syn isomers using diethyl tartrate (DET)
organic molecule containing a sulfur double bonded twice to oxygen atoms and single bonded twice to alkyl or aryl groups through bonds
organic molecule containing a sulfur double bonded to an oxygen atom and single bonded twice to alkyl or aryl groups through bonds
organic compound that is derived from hydrogen sulfide (H2S). It contains an alkyl or aryl group covalently linked to a sulfhydryl group, , through bonds, with stoichiometry.
organic reaction used to convert an alcohol and an alkyl halide to an ether using a base, such as sodium hydroxide (NaOH)