The gas-phase reaction of alkyl aromatic compounds with hydride chlorosilanes goes mainly at the CarylCalkyl bond with replacement of the alkyl group by a chlorosilyl group. This reaction belongs to a new type of homolytic substitution in the aromatic series.
The reaction of α- and β-chiorostyrenes with hydride chlorosilanes in the gas phase leads to the formation of α- and β-(chlorosilyl)styrenes in yields of 50–80%.
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Chernyshev, E.A., Tolstikova, N.G. Gas-phase reactions of hydride chlorosilanes with alkylbenzenes and α- and β-chlorostyrenes. Russ Chem Bull 11, 1147–1151 (1962). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00908390
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