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5 gm of SO, in 1 liter of its saturated benzene solution at 30°C (113)],can markedly alter the medium polarity and dielectric. Therefore, it no longer casts information on the solvent itself. The only complex whose kinetic behavior toward the insertion has been examined closely in several solvents is CpFe(CO),(i-Pr). In solutions containing a 100-to-200-fold excess of SO2 the relative second-order rate constants at 26°C were found to vary with the solvent in the order C6He (1) < CHC1, (7)< i-PrOH (8) (71,77).
The insertion obeys the rate law - d[CpFe(Co)aR1 dt = k,,,[CpFe(CO),R] with the dependence on the concentration of SO, being indeterminable. , for several CpFe(CO),R with R = CHSX, the reactivity increases with an increase in the electron-releasing tendency of X. Accordingly, R = CH,C,F, (11)<< CHZPh < CH,CeH,OMe-p, and R = CHaCN < CHaOMe < Me (71,75). For such complexes there is a reasonable TABLE I h T E S OF R CHlSiMe3 i-Pr Et Me CHlCsH40Me-p CH(Me)Ph CHlPh CHIOMe CH CHMeI CHlCHlCMe3 CHlCMea CMeS CHlCN a INSERTION OF SOME Temp.
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