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Rearrangements of 2-adamantene 3, adamantylidene 4, and 4-protoadamantylidene 5 have been studied theoretically using high level ab initio computations. Adamantene 3 and adamantylidene 4 have singlet ground states. The conversion of 3 into 4 via 1,2 hydrogen migration (Delta G(not equal) = 69.1 kcal...
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Reaction of arylchlorodiazirines with trimethylenesulfide gives a mixture of aryldi(3-chloropropyl)thioacetal and aryl(2-propenyl)(3-chloropropyl)thioacetal in a good yield. The reaction goes through a formation of a sulfur ylide as an intermediate. Rate constants have been determined using laser fl...
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Phenylchlorocarbene, generated by photolysis or thermolysis of the phenylchlorodiazirine, reacts with 2,2'-bipyridyl to give, in alkane solvents, the 6-phenyldipyrido[1,2-c:2',1'-e]i-midazolium chloride. We investigated the mechanism of the reaction by flash photolysis. Like the mechanism of formati...
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Substituted pyrazoles and pyrrolo[1,2-c]pyrimidines were prepared from the reaction of arylchlorocarbenes with 1,2-diazabuta-1,3-dienes and 4-vinylpyrimidines, respectively.
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1,2,3-Trisubstituted pyrroles have been synthesized in good yield from the reaction of chlorocarbenes with 1-azabuta-1,3-dienes.
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An alternative method for the generation of arylchlorocarbenes using ultrasound is described.
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N-Protonated diazomethanes have been generated successfully via gas phase protonation of the corresponding diazirines.
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Photolysis of alkylchlorodiazirines (1) in the presence of olefins gives a cyclopropane (3) by addition of the generated carbene to the olefin and a vinyl chloride derivative (2) resulting from a 1,2-H shift rearrangement. This rearrangement may occur either in the carbene or in some excited state, ...
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The thermal decomposition of phenylehlorodiazirine (1), phenyl-n-butyldiazirine (2), and 2-adamantane-2,3'-[3H] diazirine (3) has been studied in solution in the presence Of C-60. The C-60 probe technique indicates that in the decomposition diazirine 1 yielded exclusively phenylchlorocarbene, diazir...