Efficient recycling of a versatile titanocene precatalyst: Significance of side-chain functionalization

Jutzi P, Redeker T (1997)
ORGANOMETALLICS 16(6): 1343-1344.

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The dramatic influence of the (diisopropylamino)ethyl side chain provides sufficient stability to allow for efficient recycling of Cp(N)Cp(S)TiCl(2) . HCl (2) (Cp(N) = (C5H4CH2CH2NPr2)-Pr-i, Cp(S) = C(5)H(4)SiMe(3)), a precatalyst for the polymerization of ethylene and for the dehydrogenative coupling of phenylsilane, by a simple extraction procedure with methanol and aqueous HCl.
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Jutzi P, Redeker T. Efficient recycling of a versatile titanocene precatalyst: Significance of side-chain functionalization. ORGANOMETALLICS. 1997;16(6):1343-1344.
Jutzi, P., & Redeker, T. (1997). Efficient recycling of a versatile titanocene precatalyst: Significance of side-chain functionalization. ORGANOMETALLICS, 16(6), 1343-1344.
Jutzi, P., and Redeker, T. (1997). Efficient recycling of a versatile titanocene precatalyst: Significance of side-chain functionalization. ORGANOMETALLICS 16, 1343-1344.
Jutzi, P., & Redeker, T., 1997. Efficient recycling of a versatile titanocene precatalyst: Significance of side-chain functionalization. ORGANOMETALLICS, 16(6), p 1343-1344.
P. Jutzi and T. Redeker, “Efficient recycling of a versatile titanocene precatalyst: Significance of side-chain functionalization”, ORGANOMETALLICS, vol. 16, 1997, pp. 1343-1344.
Jutzi, P., Redeker, T.: Efficient recycling of a versatile titanocene precatalyst: Significance of side-chain functionalization. ORGANOMETALLICS. 16, 1343-1344 (1997).
Jutzi, Peter, and Redeker, T. “Efficient recycling of a versatile titanocene precatalyst: Significance of side-chain functionalization”. ORGANOMETALLICS 16.6 (1997): 1343-1344.
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