ⓘ Tricyclobutabenzene


ⓘ Tricyclobutabenzene

Tricyclobutabenzene is an aromatic hydrocarbon consisting of a benzene core with three cyclobutane rings fused onto it. This compound and related compounds are studied in the laboratory because they are often displaying unusual conformations and because of their unusual reactivity. Tricyclobutabenzenes are isomers of radialenes and form an equilibrium with them.

Parent tricyclobutabenzene with 12 h 12 was first synthesized in 1979 in the following sequence: this compound is stable up to 250 °C 482 °C.

In tricyclobutabenzene polyoxygenated with extraordinary lengths of bonds 160 hours for the relations between the two carbonyl groups in the following sequence:

Regular communication of this type is only 148 hours and for comparison the C-C bond in isatin is 154 hours long. On the other hand, no change is recorded in the aromatic bond length alternation.

Similar chemistry was given six times ketone hexaoxotricyclobutabenzene with 12 On 6, which happens to be a novel oxide of carbon. The primary material is Iodo triflate shown below, which is benzotriyne Sinton.

  • compound with formula C12O6. It can be viewed as the sixfold ketone of tricyclobutabenzene It is an oxide of carbon, detected by 13C NMR in 2006. Hamura, T
  • radii long. Unusually long bond lengths do exist. In one compound, tricyclobutabenzene a bond length of 160 pm is reported. The current record holder is
  • synthesis of dehydroaltenuene B. More examples use of aryne chemistry: tricyclobutabenzene in - methylcyclophane, Transition metal benzyne complex The pyridine
  • C12H12 dimethylnaphthalene 28804 - 88 - 8 C12H12 tricyclobutabenzene rarely tricyclobutenobenzene 60323 - 52 - 6 C12H12Fe vinylferrocene 1271 - 51 - 8 C12H12FeO