By F G A Stone; Robert West

ADVANCES ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY V 7.

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Chem. Publ. , Easton, Pennsylvania, 1908. 40. Rochow, E. , Hurd, D. , and Lewis, R. ” Wiley, New York, 1957. 41. Shirley, D. , Org. Reactions 8, 28 (1954). 42. Sommer, L. ” McGraw-Hill, New York, 1965. 43. West, C. , Natl. Acad. -Natl. Res. Council, Reprint Circ. Ser. 24 (1922). 52 HENRY G I L M A N 44. , Quart. Rev. 13,116 (1959). 45. Wright, G . , Ind. Eng. Chem. 40,1517 (1948). 46. Wright, G . , in “Methoden der organischen Chemie” (E. ). Thieme, Stuttgart, Germany, 1968. Oxidative=Addition Reactions of d8 Complexes JAMES P.

The organometallic compound which appeared (solely on the basis of deduction) to meet the requirements was triethylboron. Accordingly, some of the compound was prepared with R. Leeper (in later experiments in almost quantitative yields), and tests revealed that when the triethylboron was liberated under the surface of oil on water, it was possible to ignite oil with a thickness of of an inch or less. XI1 S O M E RECENT AND C U R R E N T STUDIES A part of the work in this section has not yet been published.

Most of the unsymmetrical compounds were either low-melting solids, viscous liquids or glasslike semisolids. These compounds were synthesized with relative ease, whereas the preparation of analogous unsymmetrical tetraarylmethanes is much more difficult, a good illustration of the facile substitution at silicon compared to carbon. These reactions also illustrate the availability of some solvents and organometallic compounds not accessible to Kipping. Incidentally we also developed qualitative tests for the degree of substitution of organosilicon hydrides, having one, two, or three R groups attached to SiH.

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