By Michael R. Detty
Tellurium-Containing Heterocycles: studies, Distinguishing good points, and Utility.
Tellurophenes, Dihydrotellurophenes, and Tetrahydrotellurophenes and Their Benzo and Dibenzo Analogs.
Telluranes, Tellurins, and different 6-membered earrings Containing One Tellurium Atom.
Tellurium-Containing Heterocycles with no less than One team Va aspect (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, or Arsenic).
Tellurium-Containing Heterocycles Composed of staff IVa (Carbon, Silicon, Germanium, and Tin) and crew through components (Tellurium, Selenium, Sulfur, and Oxygen).
Tellurium-Containing Heterocycles as Donor Molecules.
Tellurium-Containing Heterocycles with Hypervalent or Coordination Bonds to Tellurium (M. O'Regan).
Chapter I Tellurium?Containing Heterocycles: reports, Distinguishing beneficial properties, and software (pages 1–30):
Chapter II Tellurophenes, Dihydrotellurophenes, and Tetrahydrotellurophenes and their Benzo and Dibenzo Analogs (pages 31–145):
Chapter III Telluranes, Tellurins, and different Six?Membered earrings Containing one Tellurium Atom (pages 147–217):
Chapter IV Telluropyrylium Compounds (pages 219–291):
Chapter V Tellurium?Containing Heterocycles with a minimum of One staff Va point (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, or Arsenic) (pages 293–324):
Chapter VI Tellurium?Containing Heterocycles Composed of workforce IVa (Carbon, Silicon, Germanium, and Tin) and team through components (Tellurium, Selenium, Sulfur, and Oxygen) (pages 325–361):
Chapter VII Tellurium?Containing Heterocycles as Donor Molecules (pages 363–423):
Chapter VIII Tellurium?Containing Heterocycles with to Hypervalent or Coordination Bonds to Tellurium (pages 425–490):
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12 In this example, the addition of bromine gives 1,l-dibromotetrahydrotellurophene(5) in 50% isolated yield overall. 13 Sodium borohydride reduction of diary1 ditellurides gives sodium aryltellurides. Introduction of 1,4-dichloro- and 1,Cdibromobutane to the telluride anions gives telluronium chlorides 18 and bromides 19, respectively, in 70-80% yields. In these examples, the tetrahydrotellurophene is formed as a telluronium salt in the ring-closure step. h, Ar= Ph, X = Br 19b, Ar = 4-EtOC&,, X = Br scheme 7 Most of the derivatives of 3 that have been described in the literature have been prepared by ligand substitution reactions on 1,l-diiodotetrahydrotellurophene (2).
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds: Tellurium-Containing Heterocycles, Volume 53 by Michael R. Detty