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132. E. Weiss, R. Merenyi, and W. Hubel, C h a . Znd. (London) p. 407 (1960). 133. E. Weiss, R. Merenyi, and W. Hubel, C h a . Ber. 95,1170 (1962). 134. E. Weiss and W. 95,1179 (1962). Reactions of Organotin Hydrides with Organic Compounds HENRY G. KUlVlLA Department of Chemistry, College of Technology, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire I. Introduction. A. Nomenclature . B. Preparation and Properties of Organotin Hydrides 11. Reactions with Organic Compounds. A. Introduction .
F. In these complexes one of the carbon double bonds is r-bonded to the Fe atom. The butadiene-Fe(C0)4 complex reacts with HC1 to form the 1-methyl-rr-allylchloroiron tricarbonyl complex (LXXXIX), possibly through intermediate formation of a methyl-r-allylFe(C0)4 cation (110). , esterification and hydrolysis, can be accomplished. Degradation of the maleic anhydride complex with HBr produces succinic acid (112). D. Iron Carbonyl Complexes from Fulvenes The reactions of fulvenes with iron carbonyls have been studied by Weiss and Hubel (113, 314).
The next three decades saw only sporadic investigations of the chemistry of SnH4 and of its organic derivatives. During the past decade, investigators in several countries, notably van der Kerk and his collaborators in the Netherlands, began intensive research which has revealed a number of intriguing results of theoretical and practical interest. An important prelude to these investigations was the discovery by Schlesinger et al. in 1947 that organotin halides could be reduced to organotin hydrides in good yields by lithium aluminum hydride.
Advances in organometallic chemistry. / Volume 1 by F Gordon A Stone; Robert West