Preparative Polar Organometallic Chemistry - Brandsma, Lambert
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Preparative Polar Organometallic Chemistry is a collection of laboratory procedures for the synthesis and functionalization of organoalkali and Grignard compounds. The second volume with methods for generation and transformation of compounds bearing the metal at an sp3 carbon complements the first in which the metal was bound to an sp2 carbon atom in the reagent. Synthetically important intermediates such as metallated S,S-acetales, imines, nitriles, isonitriles and ketones are illustrated. All procedures have been worked out in full detail and tested in the author's own laboratory. Both books…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Preparative Polar Organometallic Chemistry is a collection of laboratory procedures for the synthesis and functionalization of organoalkali and Grignard compounds. The second volume with methods for generation and transformation of compounds bearing the metal at an sp3 carbon complements the first in which the metal was bound to an sp2 carbon atom in the reagent. Synthetically important intermediates such as metallated S,S-acetales, imines, nitriles, isonitriles and ketones are illustrated. All procedures have been worked out in full detail and tested in the author's own laboratory. Both books are intended to be practical bench-top laboratory manuals for working organic chemists, from the student to the advanced scientist.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • 1991.
  • Seitenzahl: 244
  • Erscheinungstermin: 11. Februar 1991
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 233mm x 155mm x 13mm
  • Gewicht: 414g
  • ISBN-13: 9783540527497
  • ISBN-10: 3540527494
  • Artikelnr.: 09187058
Inhaltsangabe
I. Reactivity of Polar Organometallic Intermediates.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Alkylation.- 2.1 Reactivity-A Qualitative Comparison of the Polar Organometallics.- 2.2 Scope of the Alkylation Reaction.- 2.3 Dialkylation.- 2.4 Remarks on the Reaction Conditions of Alkylations.- 3 Hydroxyalkylation with Epoxides.- 4 Hydroxyalkylation with Carbonyl Compounds.- 5 Formylation with Dimethylformamide.- 6 Carboxylation.- 7 Reaction of Organoalkali Compounds with Carbon Disulfide.- 8 Addition of Organoalkali Compounds to Isocyanates and Isothiocyanates.- 9 Sulfenylation.- 10 Trimethylsilylation.- 11 Reactions of Organometallic Compounds with Chloroformates and Dimethylcarbamoyl Chloride.- 12 Reactions of Organoalkali Compounds with Halogenating Agents.- 13 Conjugate Additions.- II. Metallation of Aromatic and Olefinic Hydrocarbons.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Metallation of Alkylbenzenes and Alkylnaphthalenes.- 3 Dimetallation of Aromatic Compounds.- 4 Metallation of Olefinic Compounds.- 5 Stereochemistry of Allylic Metallations.- 6 Dimetallation of Olefins.- 7 Experiments.- 7.1 Metallation of Toluene with BuLi · t-BuOK in Hexane.- 7.2 Metallation of 1- and 2-Methylnaphthalene with BuLi · t-BuOK.TMEDA in Hexane.- 7.3 ?-Metallation of Ethylbenzene.- 7.4 ?,??-Dimetallation of m-Xylene.- 7.5 Lithiation of Toluene, Xylene, Mesitylene with BuLi · TMEDA..- 7.6 Metallation of Propene and Isobutene.- 7.7 Metallation of Various Olefins with Strongly Basic Reagents.- 7.8 Metallation of Cyclohexene.- 7.9 Dimetallation of Isobutene.- 7.10 Metallation of Isoprene.- 7.11 Metallation of ?-Methylstyrene.- 7.12 Metallation of Indene.- 7.13 Metallation of Cyclopentadiene.- 7.14 Preparation of 1,4-Cyclohexadiene.- 7.15 Allylbenzene.- 8 Selected Procedures from Literature.- III. Metallation of Saturated Sulfur Compounds.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Substrates and Metallation Conditions.- 2.1 S,S-Acetals.- 2.2 Methoxymethyl Phenyl Sulfide.- 2.3 Ethythiomethyl Ethyl Sulfoxide.- 2.4 Orthothioformates.- 2.5 Dialkyl Sulfides and Alkyl Aryl Sulfides.- 2.6 Dialkyl and Alkyl Aryl Sulfoxides and Sulfones.- 3 Experiments.- 3.1 Lithiation of Formaldehyde Dimethylthioacetal with BuLi in THF and Hexane.- 3.2 Lithiation of Formaldehyde Dimethylthioacetal with BuLi · TMEDA in Hexane.- 3.3 Reaction of Lithiated Bis(methylthio)methane with Alkyl Halides.- 3.4 Hydroxyalkylation of Lithiated Bis(methylthio)methane with Epoxides.- 3.5 Reaction of Lithiated 1,3-Dithiane with 1-Bromo-3-chloropropane and Ring Closure of the Coupling Product Under the Influence of Butyllithium.- 3.6 Hydroxymethylation of Bis(methylthio)methane with Paraformaldehyde.- 3.7 Reaction of Lithiated Bis(methylthio)methane with Dimethylformamide and Subsequent Acid Hydrolysis.- 3.8 Reaction of Lithiated Bis(methylthio)methane with Carbon Dioxide.- 3.9 Reaction of Lithiated Bis(methylthio)methane with Dimethyl Disulfide and Trimethylchlorosilane.- 3.10 Lithiation of Methoxymethyl Phenyl Sulfide and Subsequent Reaction with Dimethylformamide.- 3.11 Reaction of Lithiated Bis(methylthio)methane with Methyl Isothiocyanate and N,N-Dimethyl Carbamoyl Chloride.- 3.12 Peterson Olefination Reactions with Lithiated Trimethylsilyl Bis(methylthio)methane. Preparation of Ketene Thioacetals.- 3.13 Conjugate Addition of Lithiated S,S-Acetals and Corresponding S-Oxides to 2-Cyclohexen-1-one and Methyl Acrylate.- 3.14 Lithiation of Dimethyl Sulfide and Methyl Phenyl Sulfide and Subsequent Reaction of the Lithium Compounds with Benzaldehyde and Trimethylchlorosilane.- 3.15 Lithiation of (Trimethylsilylmethyl)Phenyl Sulfide and Subsequent Reaction with Acetone.- 3.16 Dilithiation of Methyl Phenyl Sulfide and Subsequent Trimethylsilylation.- 3.17 Reaction of Bis(methylthio)methane with Potassium Amide in Liquid Ammonia and Subsequent Reaction with Oxirane..- 3.18 Reaction of Dimethylsulfoxide with Sodamide in Liquid Ammonia and Subsequent Alkylation with Bromohexane.- 3.19 Mono-Deuteration of Bis(ethylthio)methane.- 3.20 Lithiation of Methyl