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Susuki and Tsuji reported that addition of carbon tetrachloride to olefins and carbonylation are catalyzed by dinuclear metal carbonyl complexes like [Tr-CsHsFe(CO)2]2 and [Tr-CsHsMo(CO)3]2 ss,s9). COC1 R-CH=CH2 + CO + CC14 J R-C-CH2CC13 I H 54 Organic Synthesis by Means of Transition Metal Complexes In these reactions, the splitting of the metal-metal bond with carbon tetrachloride is assumed. The homolysis of the covalent carbon-chlorine bond is closely related to the formation of free radicals.
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