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Icosahedral carboranes as scaffolds for congested regioselective polyaryl compounds: the distinct distance tuning of C–C and its antipodal B–B

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Abstract

Four-fold aryl substituted o-carborane derivatives with defined patterns of substitution at the antipodal region of the cluster carbon atoms have been achieved. It is proven that this region is congested but lacks steric hindrance. Also, the two antipodal sites Cc–Cc and B9–B12 are affected very distinctly by electron donor substituents.

Graphical abstract: Icosahedral carboranes as scaffolds for congested regioselective polyaryl compounds: the distinct distance tuning of C–C and its antipodal B–B

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Submitted
12 Jun 2019
Accepted
21 Jun 2019
First published
25 Jun 2019

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2019,55, 8927-8930
Article type
Communication

Icosahedral carboranes as scaffolds for congested regioselective polyaryl compounds: the distinct distance tuning of C–C and its antipodal B–B

Z. Kelemen, A. Pepiol, M. Lupu, R. Sillanpää, M. M. Hänninen, F. Teixidor and C. Viñas, Chem. Commun., 2019, 55, 8927
DOI: 10.1039/C9CC04526K

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