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Usp. Khim., 1974, Volume 43, Issue 10, Pages 1739–1770 (Mi rcr2746)  

The Reactions of Certain Aromatic Cations

S. V. Krivun, O. F. Alferova, S. V. Sayapina

Donetsk branch Physical Organic Chemistry IPC Ukrainian Academy of Sciences

Abstract: The review gives a systematic account of the most characteristic reactions of heteroaromatic cations and also tropylium and cyclopropenylium salts. The properties of these cations are compared and classified in accordance with three types:
1. reactions involving recyclisation; 2. reactions of substituents in aromatic cations; 3. reactions with retention of the ring. Attention has been concentrated on the recyclisation reactions and studies which have not been described in previous reviews.
The bibliography includes 220 references.

Full text: http://www.uspkhim.ru/.../paper_rus.phtml?journal_id=rc&paper_id=1866

English version:
Russian Chemical Reviews, 1974, 43:10, 835–850

Document Type: Article
UDC: 547.81:542.958.4+547.512+547.834.31

Citation: S. V. Krivun, O. F. Alferova, S. V. Sayapina, “The Reactions of Certain Aromatic Cations”, Usp. Khim., 43:10 (1974), 1739–1770; Russian Chem. Reviews, 43:10 (1974), 835–850

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