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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Chemical functionalization of graphene via aryne cycloaddition: A theoretical study.
Stoltz's team leveraged their success in C-C bond insertion reactions to develop a [Bu.sub.4]N[Ph.sub.3]Si[F.sub.2] (TBAT) promoted N-acyl dehydroamino ester-(14) aryne (15) [C.sub.8f]-[C.sub.1]/[C.sub.4f]-[C.sub.4] annulation that resulted in the successful synthesis of a series of polysubstituted isoquinolines and indoles [28].
Stoltz, "Orthogonal synthesis of indolines and isoquinolines via aryne annulation," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
For example, Wells Fargo recently contributed $1,000 to The Children's Place in honor of Mat-Su Valley District Manager Aryne Randall.
McCrary, Jessica McLamb, Molly Elizabeth Pellegrini, Aryne M.