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Aryne chemistry. Part XXVIII. Some further cycloaddition reactions of tetrahalogenobenzynes generated from tetrahalogenoanthranilic acids

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Tetrabromo- and tetraiodo-benzyne can be generated efficiently from the corresponding tetrahalogenoanthranilic acids, and undergo cycloaddition reactions in solution with aromatic substrates. Competition data have been compared with those obtained for tetrachloro- and tetrafluoro-benzyne. Certain substituted tetrabromobenzo-barrelenes are converted into naphthalene derivatives in the presence of 3-methylbutyl nitrite.

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J. Chem. Soc. C, 1971, 567-572
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Aryne chemistry. Part XXVIII. Some further cycloaddition reactions of tetrahalogenobenzynes generated from tetrahalogenoanthranilic acids

H. Heaney, K. G. Mason and J. M. Sketchley, J. Chem. Soc. C, 1971, 567
DOI: 10.1039/J39710000567

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