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4-Chloroanisole was found to react with Cu (II)-smectite forming a blue clay-organic complex. 4-Chloroanisole was chosen as the main test substrate for the optimisation studies as it is electronically deactivated and thus resistant to oxidative addition and consequently very reluctant to enter a catalytic manifold.
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Helge Lemmetyinen,; Jan Konijnenberg,,; Jan Cornelisse,; Cyril A.G.O. Varma. Laser spectroscopic study of the nucleophilic photosubstitution of 4-chloroanisole and 4-fluoroanisole in aqueous solutions . Journal of Photochemistry. 1985, 30(3) , 315-338.
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