Aliphatic, Alicyclic and Saturated Heterocyclic Chemistry

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Northington and W. M. Jones, Tetrahedroii Letters, 1971, 317. E. Schelhorn, H . Frischleder, and S. Hauptmann, Tetrahedron Letters, 1970, 4315. l15The reaction with diethylaminopropyne is complete in one hour at -60 "C and the only contaminant is a small quantity of the aminocyclobutenone (172). - 1,l-Dialkyl-3-iodoallenes are efficiently prepared from 1,l-dialkylprop-2yn-1-01s [ e g . '16 Me,C-C=CH I +-. HI-CUI-NH~I Me,C=C=CHI Cu powder OH (173) (174) Dibrominated diarylallenes (175) are readily derivatized via the carbenoid formed with butyl-lithium.

This transfer does not take place either at the dianion or at the final product stage and must therefore occur at the monoanion step. r. spectroscopy. r. log J. Klein and S. Brenner, Tetrahedron, 1970, 26, 2345. West and T. L. Chwang, Chem. , 1971, 813. lo’ H. E. Zimmennann and J. R. Dodd, J . Amer. Chem. ,1970,92, 6507. lo8 D. Rosenberg and W. Drenth, Tetrahedron, 1971, 27, 3893. log F. , Chem. , 1971, 104, 11, 954, 958, 961, 1322, 1329, 1362, 1962, 2030, 2354. lo5 lo* R. -A usually reliable method of preparing allenes is by the insertion of cyclopropylidene carbenes (carbenoids).

R. Gompper and D. Lack, Angew. Chem. Internat. , 1971, 10, 70. Acetylenes, Allenes, and Olefins 43 is likely. 37 HzC=C=C IIac==C=CJ3 \ (CH2)2 o=c / / + MeNHOH A - \ FH"* -0 r=% \+ \ Me Me Me - J - 0 H2C=C=CR2 + ArCH-N + / hP' R = H'or Me R I Ph 13* 135 136 13' - dR (196) W. R. Dolbier and S. H . Dai, Tetrahedron Letters, 1970, 4645. W. F. Bayne and E. I. Snyder, Tetrahedron Letters, 1970, 2263. N. A. Lebel and E. Banucci, J . Amer. Chem. ,1970,92, 5278. M. C. Aversa, G. Cum, and N. Uccella, Chem.

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