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2,6-Dibromopyridine is used as a tridentate chelating ligand and in the formation of macrocycles containing the terpyridine moiety. It is also used to produce 6-bromo-2-methoxypyridine.
Treatment with 4 moles of n-BuLi in ether at -60o, followed by reaction with PCl3 at -40o, provides a useful one-pot synthesis of 6,6"-dibromo-2,2':6',2"-terpyridine, which has applications as a tridentate chelating ligand and in the formation of macrocycles containing the terpyridine moiety: Synthesis, 939 (1995)./n
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Marcinkowski, D.; Monika Wałęsa-Chorab, M.; Kubicki, M.; Hoffmann, M.; Kądziołka, G.; Michalkiewicz, B.; Patroniak, V. A new 2,6-di(anthracen-9-yl)pyridine ligand and its complexes with Ag(I) ions: Synthesis, structure and photocatalytic activity. Polyhedron 2015, 90, 91-98.
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