Tebbe

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Thringstone - History
... In 1309 the Manor of Thringstone passed into the hands of one Robert Tebbe ... In 1391, Henry Tebbe of 'Threnguston' had a violent quarrel with the Benedictine priory of Upholland in Wigan ... Tebbe, who farmed part of the Whitwick tithes, refused to pay, was arrested, but on paying a fine was pardoned and released ...
Tebbe's Reagent - Preparation
... The Tebbe reagent is synthesized from titanocene dichloride and trimethylaluminium in toluene solution ... Although syntheses using the isolated Tebbe reagent give a cleaner product, successful procedures using the reagent "in situ" have been reported ... Instead of isolating the Tebbe reagent, the solution is merely cooled in an ice bath or dry ice bath before adding the starting material ...
Tebbe's Reagent - Scope
... The Tebbe reagent is used in organic synthesis for carbonyl methylenation ... This conversion can also be effected using the Wittig reaction, although the Tebbe reagent is more efficient especially for sterically encumbered carbonyls ... Furthermore, the Tebbe reagent is less basic than the Wittig reagent and does not give the β-elimination products ...
Tebbe's Reagent
... The Tebbe reagent is the organometallic compound with the formula (C5H5)2TiCH2ClAl(CH3)2 ... It was originally synthesized by Fred Tebbe at DuPont Central Research ... Tebbe's reagent contains two tetrahedral centers linked by a pair of bridging ligands ...
Du Pont Central Research - Organometallic Chemistry
... Cramer’s Dimer Tebbe Reagent CRD developed a major interest in inorganic and organometallic chemistry ... The seminal contributions of Richard Cramer and Fred Tebbe are acknowledged by their named compounds, “Cramer’s dimer,” Rh2Cl2(C2H4)4, and the “Tebbe reagent.” Tebbe had ...