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2006-08

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Yu. S. Nekrasov, R. S. Skazov, A. A. Simenel, L. V. Snegur, I. V. Kachala

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The electrospray ionization behavior of some ferrocenylalkylazoles CpFeC5H4CH(R)Az (AzH are derivatives of imidazole, pyrazole, triazole and their benzo analogs; R = H, Me, Et, Ph), ferrocenylalkanols CpFeC5H4CH(R)OH (R = H, Me), and mixtures of the latter with azoles was studied. The electrospray ionization mass spectra of these compounds, in addition to the molecular ion [M]+·, the protonated molecule [M + H]+, and ferrocenylalkyl cation [FcCHR]+ peaks, exhibit also intensive peaks for the binuclear ions [(FcCHR)2X]+ (X = Az or O), resulting from ferrocenylalkylation of the initial compounds with the ferrocenylalkyl cations. Electrospray ionization of an equimolar mixture of ferrocenylmethanol FcCH2OH and imidazole gives the protonated ferrocenylmethylimidazole molecule [FcCH2Im + H]+ and the [FcCH2(Im)2 + H]+ dimer, apart from the ions typical of each component, i.e., ferrocenylalkylation of azoles with the ferrocenylalkylcarbinols, known in the chemistry of solutions, takes place under electrospray conditions. More... »

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1368-1371

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