Advances in Organometallic Chemistry, Vol. 12 by F.G.A. Stone, Robert West (Eds.)

By F.G.A. Stone, Robert West (Eds.)

ADVANCES ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY V12. content material: bankruptcy 7. The Literature of Organo-Transition steel Chemistry 1972Author Index: studies of Organo-Transition steel Chemistry; writer Index; topic Index; Cumulative record of individuals; Cumulative checklist of Titles. summary: ADVANCES ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY V12

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73 74 74 74 75 75 75 76 . 7 7 List of Abbreviations The following abbreviations, listed alphabetically, will be used in the text and in the tables : bae N,N'-Ethylenebis(acetylacetony1iminato) n-Bu n-Butyl CP h6-Cyclopentadienyl(but not hl-CsH8) CPr Cyclopropyl dipy 2,2'-Bipyridine DMF N,N-Dimethylformamide dmgH Dimethylglyoximato Et Ethyl Ind h6-Indenyl isoquin Isoquinoline L Monodentate ligand (usually nonionic) Metal (sometimes with ancillary ligands) M Me Methyl Me,Cp x-Methyl-substituted h%yclopentadienyl Naph Naphthyl Ph Phenyl o-phen 1,lo-Phenanthroline Pr Propyl PY Pyridine R,R',R" Hydrocarbon radicals h5-Cyclopentadienylwith x substituents R' R'XP salen N,W-Ethylenebis(salicy1aldiminato) salophen N,W-Phenylenebis (salicylaldiminato) THF Tetrahydrofuran X Halogen, pseudohalogen, or a similar group Sulfur Dioxide Insertion Reactions 33 I INTRODUCTION This is the second chapter of a two-part review concerned with insertion reactions of transition metal-carbon o-bonded compounds.

Since a radical pathway for the solution reactions appears unlikely (72, 77), either a four-center SEi or frontside SE2 mechanism (79) may be operative in leading to the formation of the 0-sulfinato intermediate. Of course, such a mechanism would be in discord with the observed (albeit not unambiguously) stereochemical change at carbon. Clearly, additional studies are needed to provide a more definitive picture. Sulfur dioxide insertion with the aryl complexes also proceeds initially to the corresponding 0-sulfinates.

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