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2, and < lo-', respectively. ~ which cannot dehydrogenate without skeletal rearrangement, does not undergo detectable dehydrocyclization below 360°C, and the low dehydrocyclization rate for 2 is probably due to steric hindrance arising from the P-methyl substituent on the required n-adsorbed olefin (96). The drastic decrease of the dehydrocyclization rate from 1 to 2 with increasing substitution is thus consistent with this mechanism (Scheme 44). M-6 hindered M 11) (21 SCHEME 44 Recently, an organometallic reaction has been elucidated, which clearly confirms that ring closure can occur via alkyl-olefin insertion catalyzed by a Pd(I1) complex (97).
They now believe that two mechanisms, involving rib and planar adsorption, respectively, compete on platinum catalysts (222). The doublet and the sextet-doublet mechanisms resemble in many respects our Mechanisms A and B discussed previously, involving x-adsorbed cyclopentene and 1,2-dicarbene complexes, respectively. Mechanism A, like the sextet-doublet mechanism, implies a quasi-planar adsorption of the molecule and is in essence nonselective. In Mechanism B, as in the doublet model, the molecule stands perpendicular to the surface and hydrogenolysis is extremely selective.
While we consider that the selectivity is primarily determined by the number of carbon-metal bonds that can be formed with a given molecule, the Russian scientists base their explanation on steric and often subtle conformational considerations. On the three metals, larger amounts of 2-methylhexane than of 3-methylhexane are obtained from either isomer, but the selectivity is higher for the cis than for the trans isomer. This result, which may be readily explained by a n-allylic model (89),is accounted for, in the multiplet model, by a 1-4 interaction arising between the P-hydrogen atoms of the ethyl group adsorbed in the interstices of the catalyst, and the hydrogen atoms at one of the carbon atoms of the ring (Fig.