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Orgel frequently visited the Akers Research Laboratories and he suggested that I try to make substituted cyclobutadiene complexes by the reaction of acetylenes with nickel, palladium, or platinum salts. Diphenylacetylene was readily available for such experiments. Nickel(I1) showed no promise, but this did not surprise us as nickel(I1) does not react with olefins. A solution of sodium tetrachloropalladate(I1) in acetone, where it dissolves with loss of some sodium chloride, reacted to give hexaphenylbenzene.
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