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Low-Temperature Photolysis of Diazoketones: the Conformational Isomerism of Benzoylphenylmethylene and the Ir Spectrum of Anthronylidene

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Low-temperature photolysis of be nzoylph enyldiazo methane, 1, and diazoanthrone, 2, in the polycrystal phase resulted in the high-intensity ESR spectra of benxoylphenylmethylene 1a and anthronylidene 2a, respectively. Photolyses of argon matrix-isolated 1 and 2, coupled with IR spectroscopy, have now been carried out. Photolysis of 1 yielded the IR spectrum of diphenylketene as the only IR-observable product and indicated the presence in the matrix of the two s-E, s-Z, isomers of 1. On the other hand, photolysis of 2 yielded the IR spectrum of carbene 2a as the only observable product.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2G2

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2016-12-10

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