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Intramolecular base-stabilised adducts of main group halides

Intramolecular base-stabilised adducts of main group halides
Intramolecular base-stabilised adducts of main group halides
The coordination chemistry of alkoxo and amido ligands bearing pendant nitrogen or sulfur donors has been developed to include examples of main group complexes. The structural implications of amido ligand coordination augmented by a tethered pyridyl base have been investigated for group 13 and 14 derivatives {[6- (Me3SiN)-2-Me-C5H3N]SnCl3 and [6 (Me3SiN)-2-Me-C5H3N] BBr2}. Furthermore, the scope, kinetics and mechanism of the synthesis of alkoxo and amido derivatives from trimethylsilyl substituted precursors have been investigated in depth. The methodology is found to be applicable to a range of ligand frameworks of varying flexibility, stabilised by one or two "tether" arms.
deprotonated di-2-pyridylamine, structural characterization, aminopyridinato ligands, molecular-structure, crystal-structures, metalalkoxides, amido-complexes, contain, polymerization, aluminum
1144-0546
677-686
Aldridge, Simon
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Calder, Richard J.
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Coombs, Deborah L.
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Jones, Cameron
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Steed, Jonathan W.
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Coles, Simon
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Hursthouse, Michael B.
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Aldridge, Simon
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Calder, Richard J.
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Coombs, Deborah L.
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Jones, Cameron
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Steed, Jonathan W.
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Coles, Simon
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Hursthouse, Michael B.
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Aldridge, Simon, Calder, Richard J., Coombs, Deborah L., Jones, Cameron, Steed, Jonathan W., Coles, Simon and Hursthouse, Michael B. (2002) Intramolecular base-stabilised adducts of main group halides. New Journal of Chemistry, 26 (6), 677-686. (doi:10.1039/b110692a).

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Abstract

The coordination chemistry of alkoxo and amido ligands bearing pendant nitrogen or sulfur donors has been developed to include examples of main group complexes. The structural implications of amido ligand coordination augmented by a tethered pyridyl base have been investigated for group 13 and 14 derivatives {[6- (Me3SiN)-2-Me-C5H3N]SnCl3 and [6 (Me3SiN)-2-Me-C5H3N] BBr2}. Furthermore, the scope, kinetics and mechanism of the synthesis of alkoxo and amido derivatives from trimethylsilyl substituted precursors have been investigated in depth. The methodology is found to be applicable to a range of ligand frameworks of varying flexibility, stabilised by one or two "tether" arms.

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Published date: 2002
Keywords: deprotonated di-2-pyridylamine, structural characterization, aminopyridinato ligands, molecular-structure, crystal-structures, metalalkoxides, amido-complexes, contain, polymerization, aluminum

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Local EPrints ID: 19652
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/19652
ISSN: 1144-0546
PURE UUID: a50fefa0-95a0-49e8-879f-9ba47e0981a8
ORCID for Simon Coles: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-8414-9272

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Date deposited: 15 Feb 2006
Last modified: 18 Feb 2021 16:52

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Author: Simon Aldridge
Author: Richard J. Calder
Author: Deborah L. Coombs
Author: Cameron Jones
Author: Jonathan W. Steed
Author: Simon Coles ORCID iD

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