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Investigations on organolead compounds III. The reaction of organolead compounds with ketene. (Triphenylplumbyl)acetic anhydride

Institute for Organic Chemistry T.N.O., Utrecht The Netherlands
01/1965; DOI: 10.1016/S0022-328X(00)94165-2
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ABSTRACT The reaction of ketene with triphenyllead hydroxide in diethyl ether gave (triphenylplumbyl)acetic anhydride, (Ph3PbCH2CO)2O, the first anhydride-substituted organolead compound known. The reaction of ketene with triphenyllead acetate in absolute ethanol gave ethyl (triphenylplumbyl)acetate, Ph3PbCH2COOEt. A few reactions of the anhydride are described.

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