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Reaction of Organozinc

Reaction of Organozinc compounds Reactions of functionally substituted RZnI • Note that tosyl cyanide reacts with alkenyl or arylzinc reagents to provide α,β-unsaturated alkenyl or aromatic nitriles, respectively

Reaction of Organozinc compounds Cyclopropanation • Cyclopropane rings are encountered in many natural products possessing interesting biological activities. • Cyclopropane moiety represents a useful synthon for further synthetic transformations. • In 1958, Simmons and Smith reported that treatment of a zinccopper couple with diiodomethane in ether produces a reagent that adds to alkenes to form cyclopropanes.

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