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Cyclopropyl phenyl ketone is used to prepare α-cyclopropylstyrene by the Wittig reaction in dimethyl sulfoxide. It is also used as starting reagent during the (Z)-titanium enolate formation from cyclopropyl ketones via TiCl4-n-Bu4NI-induced ring opening reaction.
W. J. Close. An Improved Synthesis of Cyclopropyl Phenyl Ketone and Related Substances. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1957, 79 (6), 1455-1458.
Frank J. Piehl.; Weldon G. Brown. Alkylation of Cyclopropyl Phenyl Ketone. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1953, 75(20), 5023-5026.
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