By Hisashi Yamamoto, Kazuaki Ishihara
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Unlike BiCh or Bi(OCOCF3 ) 3 , Bi(OTf h ·xH20 also cleaves tert-butyldimethylsilyl (TB D M S ) ethers . BiBr3 in acetonitrile has been reported for the selective deprotection of alkyl TB D M S ethers in the presence of aryl TB D M S ethers; the authors suggest that hydrobromic acid resulting from the hydrolysis of BiBr3 is the true catalyst since 250 mol% of water toward the substrate is added to the reaction  . More recently, BiOC104·xH2 0 proved to be an efficient reagent in the promoted deprotection of silyl ethers .
Acid Catalysis in Modern Organic Synthesis, vol 2 by Hisashi Yamamoto, Kazuaki Ishihara