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Direct lateral metallation using alkali-metal mediated zincation (AMMZn): SiC-H vs. Si-O bond cleavage

Hevia, E. and Kennedy, A.R. and Klett, J. and McCall, M.D. (2009) Direct lateral metallation using alkali-metal mediated zincation (AMMZn): SiC-H vs. Si-O bond cleavage. Chemical Communications (London) (22). pp. 3240-3242. ISSN 0009-241X

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Abstract

A new application of zincate [(THF) Li(TMP)(Bu-t) Zn(Bu-t)] (1) in alkali-metal mediated zincation (AMMZn) is reported by isolating and structurally defining the first intermediates of direct lateral zincation (DIZn) of trimethyl(phenoxy) silane (2) both of which adopt novel six-element {ZnCSiOLiN} ring structures.