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

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1) upon bromination and with methanolic NaOH (38, 39, 128). Reaction of this tetrayields tetra~henylbutadiene-Fe(C0)~ phenyl derivative with appropriate reagents has provided a novel synthesis of furans, thiophenes, selenophenes, pyrroles, phospholes, and arsoles (38, 78, 128). l) ; various other reactions lead to the formation of tetraphenylquinone or hydroquinone (38, 39). Heterocyclic compounds such as pyrones and thiapyrones are obtained upon displacement of the ring Fe(C0)3group (128). l) (38,39).

30 F. EMERSON IV RELATED I R O N C A R B O N Y L COMPLEXES A. Dienyl-Iron Tricarbonyls 1. Cyclic Systems In 1958 Dauben and Honnen prepared the fluoroborate salt of cycloheptatrienyl-molybdenum tricarbonyl through reaction of cycloheptatrienemolybdenum tricarbonyl with triphenylmethyl fluoroborate (88). Fischer and Fischer (89) have shown that an analogous reaction between cyclohexadiene-iron tricarbonyl (LXX) and the triphenylmethyl cation leads to the formation of a salt of the cyclohexadienyliron tricarbonyl cation (LXXI), Eq.

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