Radical Reactions of Fullerene Mediated by Manganese(III) Acetate Dihydrate
Mn(OAc)3 · 2H2O is an excellent reagent to promote free radical reactions of C60. C60 reacted with various methylene active compounds, methyl ketones, β-enamino carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acid derivatives, and diallylamines in the presence of Mn(OAc)3 · 2H2O to afford singly-bonded fullerene dimers, 1,4-bisadducts and 1,16-bisadducts of C60, C60-fused dihydrofuran derivatives, methanofullerenes, C60-fused pyrroline derivatives, C60-fused lactone derivatives, and C60-fused pyrrolidine derivatives. Mn(OAc)3 · 2H2 O was successfully employed to transform ArC60-H into ArC60-OAc.
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Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: April 1, 2007
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