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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

, Volume 30, Issue 6, pp 692–695 | Cite as

Pyridine analogs of tetraarenoporphins

  • A. M. Vorotnikov
  • V. N. Kopranenkov
  • E. A. Luk'yanets
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Abstract

Template tetramerization of quinolinic and cinchomeronic acid imides or their mixtures with the infides of 4-tertbutylphthalic and I-phenylnaphtalene-2,3-dicarboxyclic acids gave the following pyridino zinc complex analogs of the arenoporphins: tetra-2, 3-pyridino- and -3,4-pyridinopoiphins, tri-2,3-(I-phetyliiaphtlio)-2,3-pyridino-and -3,4-pyridinapoiphins, and tri(4-tertbutylbenzo)-3,4-pyridinoporphin. The desmetal derivatives were obtained for several of these. The electronic absorption spectra are discussed.

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Zinc Organic Chemistry Absorption Spectrum Pyridine Electronic Absorption 
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  • A. M. Vorotnikov
  • V. N. Kopranenkov
  • E. A. Luk'yanets

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