Investigations on organolead compounds III. The reaction of organolead compounds with ketene. (Triphenylplumbyl)acetic anhydride
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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ABSTRACT: A number of trialkyl-lead alkoxides have been prepared by treating the corresponding lead halide with a sodium alkoxide, or lead hydroxide (or methoxide) with an alcohol.Journal of the Chemical Society C Organic 01/1967; DOI:10.1039/j39670002663
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