Talk:Dess–Martin periodinane

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How is it prepared? Recyclable?, looks expensive. Titles for papers? Commercially available? If so, provide link.


Although, it is claimed that DMP is not avaliable commercially, apparently one could place an order of DMP in solid or solution form form Sigma-Aldrich (link provided). Wierd.

Advertisement in Chemical Week, May 23, 2007, Page 16: Dess Martin Periodinane available from 10 g to 10 kg from Organo Fine Chmemicals www.organo.in

James Cullen Martin[edit]

He is dead since april 1999.--Stone (talk) 19:02, 15 March 2008 (UTC)

Contradiction found.[edit]

Following the link to 2-Iodooxybenzoic acid, there is a statement that contradicts the heat & shock sensitivity statement on this page which reads "In the past, it was believed that IBX was shock sensitive, but it was later determined that samples of IBX were shock sensitive due to the residual potassium bromate left from its preparation." Just thought I'd mention it to y'all. MGL 165.249.0.62 (talk) 20:05, 16 January 2009 (UTC)

Minor mechanism error.[edit]

In the oxidation mechanism section in the second step the deprotonating species should be an acetate anion not an enolate as is depicted. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 75.156.73.151 (talk) 23:15, 12 September 2011 (UTC)