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5 Miscellaneous Methods Triple bond of arynes is highly reactive toward reactions with nucleophiles. Functionalized arynes, prepared from ortho-iodoaryl sulfonates by iodine–magnesium exchange followed by the elimination reaction of ortho-magnesioaryl sulfonates, react with a number of heteroatomic nucleophiles, like R2NMgX, RSMgX, RSeMgX, and partially with R2PMgX, generating novel Grignard species. 86 Some alkyl or alkenylmagnesium compounds were obtained via carbometallation or ring-opening reactions with other Grignard reagents.

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