A method of obtaining a 1-aryl(alkyl)-2-minihaloes [60] fullerenes

 

(57) Abstract:

Describes how to obtain the 1-aryl(alkyl)-2-minihaloes[60]-fullerene General formula 1, where n = 1-4, WITH60- new allotropic modification of carbon; R = Ph , n-C6H13; n7H19. Toluene solution of fullerene C60interacts with excess ethereal solution of aryl(alkyl)manipulowania RMgHal, where R = Ph, n-C6H13the h7H15; Hal = Br, Cl, in a molar ratio of 1:(60-120) in the presence of a catalyst of zirconatetitanate (Cf2ZrCl2) in an amount of 1 to 3 mol.% in relation to RMgHal, the reaction is carried out in an argon atmosphere at room temperature and normal pressure for 8-12 hours Obtained in this way fullerenes can find application in thin organic and ORGANOMETALLIC synthesis, and the products of their functionalization as physiologically active substances, extraction agents, absorbents, additives, light-sensitive materials. table 1.

The invention relates to methods for new magyarkanizsa compounds, particularly to a method of obtaining a 1-aryl(alkyl)-2-minihaloes [60] fullerenes General formula (1)

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where n = 1 to 4;

C60- new allotropic modification operatability can find application in thin organic and ORGANOMETALLIC synthesis, and products functionalization of (1) are of interest as physiologically active substances, extraction agents, absorbents, additives, light-sensitive materials.

The known method ([1] Jemilev.M., Vostrikova O. C., R. Sultanov, M. Izvestiya an SSSR. The series of chem., 1983, C. 218) 1,2-carbamazipine-olefins using diethylamine (Et2Mg) in the presence of catalytic amounts Cp2ZrCl2at room temperature in air, leading to 2-ethyl-1-magnesium-containing alkaram scheme

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By a known method cannot be obtained 1-aryl(alkyl)- 2-minihaloes [60] fullerenes (1).

The known method ([2] Dzhemilev, U. M., Vostrikova O. C., R. Sultanov, M., Kukovinets A. G., Khalilov L. M. Izvestiya An SSSR. The series of chem., 1984, No. 9, S. 2053) 1,2-carbamazipine polyene hydrocarbons, in particular 1,4 E,9-decatriene using diethylamine (Et2Mg) in the presence of catalytic amounts Cp2ZrCl2under mild conditions in ethereal solvents. Carbamazipine is solely on the terminal double bonds, with internal disubstituted double bond in the reaction is not involved

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The known method does not allow to obtain 1-aryl(alkyl)-2-minihaloes [60]fullerenes (1).

So larinov.

We propose a new method for the synthesis of 1-aryl(alkyl)-2-minihaloes [60] fullerenes.

The method consists in the interaction of toluene solution of fullerene C60with excess ethereal solution of aryl(alkyl)manipulowania RMgHal, where R = Ph, n-C6H13n-C7H15; Hal = Br, Cl, taken in a molar ratio of C60:RMgHal = 1:(60 - 120), preferably 1:90, in the presence of a catalyst of zirconatetitanate (Cp2ZrCl2) in an amount of 1 to 3 mol.% in relation to RMgHal, preferably 2 mol.%, in an argon atmosphere at room temperature (22-23oC) and normal pressure for 8 to 12 hours, preferably 10 hours. Output 1-aryl(alkyl)-2-minihaloes-[60]- fullerene (1) was determined by the products of hydrolysis and is 72-95%.

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n = 1 to 4; Hal = Br, Cl; R = Ph, C6H13C7H15.

Aryl(alkyl)manygaloherez (RMgHal) take in excess relative to the fullerene C60with the purpose of introducing into the molecule of fullerene greatest number of aryl(alkyl) and gallogermanate groups. Reducing the number RMgHal relative to C60leads to some reduction of the yield of the target products, as well as lowering introduced into the molecule of fullerene aryl(alkyl) and galogenyvye does not lead to a significant increase in the yield of carmagnani fullerene molecules (1).

The conduct of a specified reaction in the presence of a catalyst Cp2ZrCl2more than 3 mol. % does not lead to a significant increase in the yield of the target products. The use of the catalyst Cp2ZrCl2less than 1 mol. % reduces the output of the 1-aryl(alkyl)-2-minihaloes [60]fullerenes, which might be related to a slight decrease in the catalytically active sites in the reaction mass. Experiments were performed at room temperature. At higher temperatures, for example 60oC, no significant increase of the yield of the target products. At a lower temperature, for example 0oC, decreases the reaction rate. Carbamazipine fullerene carried out in toluene solution, as it is the best solvent for fullerene. Source RMgHal synthesized in the ether, because it is the best solvent for Grignard reagents.

Significant differences of the proposed method.

The proposed method is based on using as initial reagents, aryl(alkyl)mineralogyof (RMgHal) and fullerene C60the reaction proceeds in a mixture of aromatic (toluene) and ether solvent. In redlagaemyi way in contrast to the known allows to obtain 1-aryl(alkyl)-2-minihaloes [60]fullerenes (1), the synthesis of which are not described in literature.

The method is illustrated by the following examples.

Example 1. In a glass reactor with a volume of 100 ml, mounted on a magnetic stirrer in an argon atmosphere at room temperature was placed 0.05 mmol of fullerene C60, 40 ml dry toluene, 4.5 mmol n-C6H13MgBr (0,85 M ether solution) in 15 ml of ether and the catalyst Cp2ZrCl2in an amount of 0.1 mmol (2 mol. % relative to RMgHal), stirred for 10 hours at room temperature (22-23oC). Get 1-(n-hexyl)-2-minihaloes [C60]-fullerenes General formula (1) and the number of n-hexylene and gallogermanate substituents from 1 to 4 with a total yield of 87%. Exit (1) was determined by the products of hydrolysis (2)

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n = 1 - 4.

The spectral characteristics of 1-(n-hexyl)-2-hydro[60] fullerenes (2):

Range of the MRP, M. D.): 0.99 m (CH3), 1.37 m (CH2), 4.91, 5.12, 5.51 m (C60-H). The mass spectrum of negative ions n-hexyl-substituted fullerenes (2) consists of the following mass lines: 806 (n-Hex, C60H1), 892 (n-Hex2C60H2), 978 (n-Hex3C60H3), 1064 (n-Hex4C60H4).

Other examples of the method shown in the table.

The reaction was carried out at comelisini the yield of the target products. At a lower temperature decreases the reaction rate. As a solvent, it is advisable to use toluene and ether, because they are the highest solubility, respectively fullerene C60and RMgHal.

Literature

1. Dzhemilev, U. M., Vostrikova O. C., R. Sultanov, M. Izvestiya an SSSR. The series of chem., 1983, C. 218.

2. Dzhemilev, U. M., Vostrikova O. C., R. Sultanov, M., Kukovinets A. G., Khalilov L. M. Izvestiya an SSSR. The series of chem., 1984, No. 9, S. 2053.

A method of obtaining a 1-aryl(alkyl)-2-minihaloes [60] -fullerene General formula

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where n is 1 to 4;

C60- new allotropic modification of carbon;

R - Ph, n-C6H13; n-C7H19,

characterized in that the toluene solution of fullerene C60interacts with excess ethereal solution of aryl(alkyl)manipulowania

R Mg Hal,

where R is Ph, n-C6H13; n-C7H15;

Hal is Br, Cl,

in a molar ratio of 1 : (60 - 120) in the presence of a catalyst of zirconatetitanate (Cp2ZrCl2) in an amount of 1 to 3 mol.% with respect to R Mg Hal, the reaction is carried out in an argon atmosphere at room temperature and normal movement within 8 - 12 hours

 

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