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1725 (C=O) [16] FP-a° the trans compound can be converted to the cis cornpound , see p. 19 [18, 20) CH3 the trans compound can be converted to the cis compound , see p. 19 [20] CH) <, S02 NHC6H s NO 11 Fp~~_ N" S02NH - Ö - CH) 12 AN -50, H FP CH) 11 a [13] Gmelin Handbook Fe-Org. Comp . p. 99 to 100°. 25 (5. FeCCH 3) . 43 (5. CH3-aryl). 22 (d, H-2. 0). 64 (d, H-1. 0). 86 (d, H-4. J= References on pp . 5 22 Table 2 (continued) No. p. p . 30 (5, C6Hs) [8) IR (KBr): 1940,2020 (both CO), 1190, 1398 (both 50),1750 (C=O) [8) reacts with C6H sNH2 to give No.

W. ; Yamamoto, Y. ; Wojcicki , A. (Inorg. Chim . Acta 25 [1977] 165/72). S. R. ; Wojcicki , A. (Inorg . Chim. Acta 27 [ 1978] 79/89). W. (Diss . Ohio State Univ. 1980; Diss. Abstr. Intern. B 41 [1981]3779) . Motsch i, H. J. (Organometallics 1 [1982] 343/9). [21] Leung , TW. G. ; Wojc icki , A. (Inorg. Chim. Acta 76 [1983] L281/L282) . S. E. E. A. P. (J. Organometal. Chem . 294 [1985] 235/50). -R. ; Leung , TW. H. ; Wojcicki , A. ; Calligaris , M. ; Nard in , G. (Organometallics 4 [1985]1001/5) .

P . 55 (br, NH) (8) IR: 1975,2030 (both CO) , 1720 (C=O) in CHCl 3 , 1170, 1360 (both 50) ,1703 (C=O), 3235 (NH) in KBr (8) CH3 f-y0 FP~~. p . p. 03 (5, CsHs) [6, 8), see also (4) IR : 1990,2040 (both CO) , 1730 (C=O) in CHCl 3 (8), 1968, 2027 (both CO) [6], 1192, 1398 (both SO) , 1570 (C=C) , 1723 (C=O) in KBr [4, 6, 8) References on pp . 30/1 Gme lin Handboc k Fe-Org . Com p. 5 25 TabLe 2 (continued) No. p. p. p . p. p. 19 (5, CH), ~ 6 . p . 7 (m , CsHs , NH) [8] IR : 1975,2032 (both CO) in CHCL3, 1235, 1305, 1320, 1375 (aLL C-N) , 1685 (C=C), 1753 (C=O), 3450br (NH) in KBr [8] Gmelin Handb ook Fe-Org.

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