Advances in organometallic chemistry. / Volume 1 by F Gordon A Stone; Robert West

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P. 001 mm) formed in 20% yield. p. 001) formed in 31% yield. a pathway for the preparation of a large number of functional organotin compounds which might not be obtainable in other ways. Certain limitations have been noted. Ally1 bromide (48), crotyl chloride (56),and a-methylallyl chloride (56) undergo reduction to the corresponding alkenes, rather than addition to the double bond, upon reaction with triphenyltin hydride. Similarly, propargyl bromide (55) is reduced by tri-nbutyltin hydride. The presence of amino groups in the olefin may in some 59 Reactions of Organotin Hydrides cases lead to decomposition of the hydride instead of addition (37, 38, 48).

25 Diene-Iron Carbonyl Complexes the reaction of the spiro compound (L) with Fe(CO)5. The product in this case is the compound (LI) and no diene-Fe(C0)3 complex was observed (72). (LI) (L) A comparable carbon skeletal rearrangement has never been reported for any other type of diene system. 6 . ) do not appear to react with iron carbonyls though iron carbonyl complexes can be obtained from several other aromatic systems. For example, the reaction of m- andp-divinylbenzenes (LII, LIII) with Fe3(C0)12leads to the formation of m- and p-divinylbenzene-diiron hexacarbonyl complexes (36).

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