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DOI: 10.1055/sos-SD-002-00576

Mikami, K.; Matsumoto, Y.; Shiono, T.Science of Synthesis, (20032459.

Titanium(II)arene complexes 1 (arene=1,2,4,5-Me4C6H2, C6Me6) can be prepared by ligand exchange reactions between the hexachlorodialuminumdichlorotitanium complex and tetramethylbenzene or hexamethylbenzene in benzene solution. However, the FischerHafner method is more direct.

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