By Roger Adams
The volumes of Organic Reactions are collections of chapters each one dedicated to a unmarried response, or a distinct section of a response, of large applicability. the fabric is handled from a preparative standpoint, with emphasis on boundaries, interfering affects, results of constitution, and the choice of experimental recommendations. a variety of designated methods illustrate the numerous changes of every strategy. comprises tables that include all attainable examples of the response into consideration.
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Leaving analytically Caled, a sintered-glass for filter The pure frit after (medium one The combined filtrates are hour. porosity, The Fig. filtrates are evaporated C p 2 T i ( C 0 ) 2 in t h e again Schlenk flask. 31. resulting ib) and evaporated under to the (distilled over sodium p a r t . 56 C12H10O2TÍ achieved m L of dry degassed diethyl ether nitrogen). 5 vacuum, times with 50 under vacuum, g (90 %). A n a l . 39. oi torr/90 % yield). Procedure Β Procedure as the source of (II) c h l o r i d e mmole) After the carbon a initial red-brown under reduction g 5 step, ammonia is the the three mixture and with (excess) vacuum, a t m o s p h e r e for resulting between ligands and that only aluminum activated Schlenk flask Cp2TiCl2, drying dioxide mL 250 of After HgCl2.
SUSTPIANN, O r g a n o m e t a l l i c s K . - H . T H I E L E , J. O r g a n o m e t . C h e m . CpNa in C. K R Ü G E R , THF; R. B. -P. KING, CHIANG, Chem. Organomet. 35 SOLUTIONS OF Na2CM(CO)5] (Μ = Cr. Mo, OR W ) . L Í 2 C M ( C 0 ) 5 ] (M = Cr OR W ) . AND K2[W(CO)3] IN TETRAHYDROFURAN JOHN M. MÄHER. RICHARD P. BEATTY, GARY R. LEE. AND N. JOHN COOPER* Chemistry Department. Harvard University. Cambridge. Massachusetts. 02138 USA CM(CO)^] + MeßNO • +CO2 CM(CO)5(NMe3)] (M = Cr or Mo) [M(CO)5(NMe3)] + (M = Cr or 2M»CJQHQ — > M»2CM(C0)5] + NMe3 + 2C^QHg Mo.
Cp^ZrCl^ been preparation in of a much for Leiuis organic out free procedure (ref. of CpZrCl^ Ziegler-type a trichloride reactions yield chlorination the hümogenous reagent e. oligomeric to synthesis potential i. pathways 4 ) . CpZrCl^ zirconium and l ) . The difficult metric to routes, a and tujo-necked a (ref. ture 500 thermometer 8) a is ml 30 g suspended stream of Cl^ diluted Luith stirred suspension. IO6 in flask mmol) equipped of finely 300 ml anhydrous (dried, by passing is passed After CSHBCIB onto the saturation with CCl^.