Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Vol. 13 by A. R. & Boulton, A. J. [Eds]. Katritzky

By A. R. & Boulton, A. J. [Eds]. Katritzky

(from preface)Volume thirteen of this serial book includes six chapters of which 4 take care of common bills of compound sessions: 1-azirines (F. W. Fowler), phenanthridincs (B. R. T. Keene and P. Tissington), tri-thiapentalenes (N. Lozac'h), and heterocyclic fcrrocenes (F. D. Popp and E. B. Moynahan). the opposite chapters are concerned about specific features of the chemistry of teams of heterocycles: the tautomerism of purines (B. Pullman and A. Pullman) and quantitative facets of the electrophilic substitution reactions of five-membercd jewelry (G. Marino).

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Abstr. 70, 29030r 152 153 ( 1969). 155 E. Fischer and K. Plesske, Chem. Ber. 92, 2841 (1959). P. D. POPP AND E. B. MOYNAHAN 42 [See. IV. Cyclopentadienylmanganese tricarbonylcarboxylic acid chloride has been reacted with quinoline and hydrogen cyanide t o give the Reissert compound (203). " Analogous compounds have also been prepared from 2-methyl- and 3-methylcyclopentadienylmanganese tricarbonylcarboxylic acid chloride. Hydrolysis of these Reissert compounds gave the metallocenealdehydes. 147,155 0 156 E.

J. Bourne, and J. B. Chem. 5486 (1964). N. DeBelder, E. J. Bourne, and J. B. Pridham, J . Soc. 4464 (1961). S. Brimacombe, A. B. Foster, and A. H. Haines, J . SOC. 2582 (1960). 140 N. B. Foster, A. H. Haines, and M. Stacey, J. Chem. SOC. 3528 136 137 A. 138 A. (1960). Sec. 141Treatment of 164 (R = CH2CHOCH2)with ethoxide gave a small amount of 164 [R=CH2CH(OH)CH20C2H,]and an 81% recovery of starting material. ll2. 142 Reaction of acetylferrocene with f ~ r f u r a l95, ~~ 96,, 143 and 5-methy1-2-f~raldehyde~~ gave chalcones (167), whereas compounds containing the isomeric skeleton (168)were obtained from the reaction 0 Fe 0 Fe Watanabe, I.

Haines, and M. Stacey, J. Chem. SOC. 3528 136 137 A. 138 A. (1960). Sec. 141Treatment of 164 (R = CH2CHOCH2)with ethoxide gave a small amount of 164 [R=CH2CH(OH)CH20C2H,]and an 81% recovery of starting material. ll2. 142 Reaction of acetylferrocene with f ~ r f u r a l95, ~~ 96,, 143 and 5-methy1-2-f~raldehyde~~ gave chalcones (167), whereas compounds containing the isomeric skeleton (168)were obtained from the reaction 0 Fe 0 Fe Watanabe, I. Motoyama, and K. Hata, Bull. Ghem. SOC. J a p a n 39, 784 (1966).

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