Hello, here is the Smiles Rearrangement Reaction type of nucleophilic aromatic substitution with mechanism, examples, and modification.
Stevens rearrangement is a base-promoted [1,2]-migration rearrangement of quaternary ammonium salts or sulfonium salts to the corresponding tertiary amines or sulfides. Stevens rearrangement involves the [1,2]-migration of one of the groups on the nitrogen or sulfur atom.
Suzuki cross -coupling reaction is an coupling reaction and also known as Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling, its coupling between a boronic acid and an organohalide or aromatic halides by using Palladium (0) complex is used to catalyst and base.
The Sandmeyer reaction is an organic substitution type reaction used for the synthesis of aryl halide from an aryl diazonium salt. the catalyst used in Sandmeyer reaction is a copper(I) halide like chloride, bromide or iodide ions catalyst. significantly, The reaction include trifluoromethylation, hydroxylation, cyanation, and halogenation type reaction on benzene.