1922
DOI: 10.1021/ja01423a022 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Recent publications by Heath and Semon2 and by Bauser, Gibson and Pope2 make it desirable to publish an extension of work previously done in this laboratory.4Bv passing ethylene into a solution of selenium monochloride, Heath and Semon obtained a white crystalline compound melting at 118°, which they have described as symmetrical tetrachloro-diethyl selenide. Bauser, Gibson and Pope by the same reaction obtained the crystalline compound melting at 122°, and have described it as /3,/3'-dichloro-diethyl seleni… Show more

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“…The reaction of higher 1,2-olefins with these reagents leads to bis(/3-chloro-nalkyl) selenides (40,53). Vinyl chloride reacts with selenium tetrachloride to give bis (8, /3-dichIoroethyl) selenide (317).…”
Section: Br Br IImentioning
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“…The reaction of higher 1,2-olefins with these reagents leads to bis(/3-chloro-nalkyl) selenides (40,53). Vinyl chloride reacts with selenium tetrachloride to give bis (8, /3-dichIoroethyl) selenide (317).…”
Section: Br Br IImentioning
“…2RNH2 + 2CH20 + H2Se -» RNHCH2SeCH2NHR + 2H20 (53) Selenide dihalides are invariably prepared by treating the appropriate selenide with a slight excess of halogen. The dichlorides and dibromides are stable, while the diiodides are not.…”
Section: Br Br IImentioning