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Rather than being a scientific curiosity, this approach has widely been used during the last decade to prepare condensed PAHs [54–56], that were hitherto either not available at all or only by extended synthetic routes; the most inspiring example probably being the convenient and short synthesis of corannulene (16) from 7,10-diethynylfluoranthene (21, Scheme 7, [54a]). The reversibility of this vinylidene carbene insertion has been established recently [54f]. 20 2 21 Scheme 7. General method for the preparation of PAHs by insertion reactions of carbenes generated by the thermal acetylene to vinylidene-carbene rearrangement [53b, 54a] 54 S.