aryne


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aryne

[′a‚rīn]
(organic chemistry)
An aromatic species in which two adjacent atoms of a ring lack substituents, with two orbitals each missing an electron. Also known as benzyne.
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Unprecedented ring-enlargements to four-membered rings by 3+1 -cycloadditions employing isonitriles, carbenes and nitrenes are envisioned, aryne insertions into the three-membered ring leading to indane systems are planned and a general concept for 3+3 -cycloadditions with 1,3-dipoles is presented paving the way to unusual syntheses of heterocycles.
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