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제110회 대한화학회 학술발표회, 총회 및 기기전시회 안내 Thermal Reaction of Cyclic Alkadiene with Trichlorosilane. Preparative and Mechanistic Aspects

2012년 8월 30일 11시 29분 43초
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저자 및
정동의, 한준수1, 유복렬2
고려대학교, Korea
1한국과학기술연구원 물질구조제어연구단, Korea
2한국과학기술연구원 나노재료센터, Korea

The thermal reactions of trichlorosilane (1a) with cyclic alkadienes such as cyclopentadiene (2a), 1,3-cyclohexadiene (2b), and 1,4-cyclohexadiene (2c) were studied at temperatures ranging from 170 °C to 250 °C. In this reaction, the hydrosilylation rate increased as the reaction temperature was raised using an equimolar ratio of 1a to 2a. The reaction of 2a with 1a at 250 °C afforded 2-cyclopentenyltrichlorosilane (3a) as the major hydrosilylation product within 1 h in good yield (82%). This reaction also works when dicyclopentadiene (2a′) was used as a reactant instead of 2a. In a large scale preparation (2a′, 0.19 mol) under the same conditions, 3a was obtained in 82% isolated yield. It is significant to note that 2a′ can be used for the hydrosilylation, with no requirement of a cracking step under our thermal conditions. While the reaction of cyclohexadienes with 1a under the same conditions gave a mixture of three hydrosilylation products in moderate yields, along with other unsaturated C6 components, such as benzene and cyclohexene. In the thermal reaction of cycloalkadienes with 1a, the five-membered-ring diene 2a undergoes both a hydrosilylation reaction with 1a as well as a [4+2] cycloaddition reaction, leading to the hydrosilylation product 3a in good yield. While the six-membered ring dienes, 2b and 2c, undergo four different types of reactions, including hydrosilylation, [4+2] cycloaddition, dehydrogenation, and hydrogenation in competition to give the hydrosilylation products, hexane, and benzene, respectively. The reaction rates of cyclic alkadienes under our thermal conditions increase in the following order: 2c << 2b < 2a.