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Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society (BKCS)

ISSN 0253-2964(Print)
ISSN 1229-5949(Online)
Volume 25, Number 10
BKCSDE 25(10)
October 20, 2004 

 
Title
meso-Substituted Dipyrromethanes from Vinylogous Aromatic Heterocycles and Their Utilization to the Synthesis of meso-Functionalized Porphyrins
Author
Seong-Jin Hong, Mi-Hye Lee, Chang-Hee Lee*
Keywords
meso-(Diethylmalonyl)-dipyrromethanes, Vinylpyrroles, 5,15-Dicyano-10,20-diarylporphyrin, 5-Cyano-15-formyl-10,20-diarylporphyrin
Abstract
meso-Functionalized dipyrromethanes 6-10 were synthesized by acid-catalyzed addition of pyrrole to α-position of 2-alkenyl pyrroles. The regiochemistry of the reaction can be explained by either the formation of more stable carbocation intermediate or β-addition of α,β-unsaturated carbonyl compounds. The starting 2-alkenyl pyrroles were synthesized by Aldol condensation of 2-formylpyrrole with active methylene compounds such as nitromethane, diethylmalonate and malononitrile. Attempted ‘2+2’ condensation of meso-diethylmalonyldipyrromethane, meso-(p-tolyl)dipyrromethane and p-tolualdehyde afforded three different porphyrins 12, 13 and 14 in reasonable yields. On the other hand, meso-(nitromethyl)dipyrromethane with p-(tbutyl) benzaldehyde resulted in the formation of three different porphyrins such as 5,15-dicyano-10,20-diarylporphyrin (16), 5-cyano-15-formyl-10,20-diarylporphyrin (17) and 5,15-diformyl-10,20-diarylporphyrin (18) in low yields. Conversion of nitromethyl groups to nitrile and (or) formyl group was observed under the porphyrin forming conditions.
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1545 - 1550
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