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Synthesis and spectroscopic studies of antimony pentachloride complexes with neutral oxygen, sulfur and selenium ligands

Synthesis and spectroscopic studies of antimony pentachloride complexes with neutral oxygen, sulfur and selenium ligands
Synthesis and spectroscopic studies of antimony pentachloride complexes with neutral oxygen, sulfur and selenium ligands
The compounds [SbCl5(R3EY)] (R = Me or Ph; E = P or As; Y = 0 or S) have been prepared from SbCl5 and the appropriate ligand in CH2O2 or CCl4 solutions, and characterised by analysis, IR, H-1, P-31{H-1}, Sb-121 NMR spectroscopy and conductance measurements. The [SbCl5(mu-L-L)SbCl5] L-L = Ph2P(O)CH2P(O)Ph-2, Ph2P(O)(CH2)(2)P(O)Ph-2, Ph2P(S)CH2P(S)Ph-2, Ph2As(O)CH2As(O)Ph-2, and o-C6H4(P(O)Ph-2)(2) have been synthesised and similarly characterised. The unstable [SbCl5(R3PSe)] have been prepared at low temperatures and characterised by IR spectroscopy. In solution in chlorocarbons they decompose rapidly to Se and R3PCl2. The reactions of R3SbS with SbCl5 produced R3SbCl2,
antimony pentachloride, phosphine chalcogenides, arsine chalcogenides, 3-coordinate copper(i) complexes, crystal-structure, trimethylstibinesulfide, triphenylarsine oxide, structural-properties, vibrational-spectra, addition compounds, halide-complexes, etherligands, lewis-bases
0020-1693
1263-1268
Corcoran, Sarah M.
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Levason, William
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Patel, Rina
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Reid, Gillian
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Corcoran, Sarah M.
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Levason, William
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Patel, Rina
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Reid, Gillian
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Corcoran, Sarah M., Levason, William, Patel, Rina and Reid, Gillian (2005) Synthesis and spectroscopic studies of antimony pentachloride complexes with neutral oxygen, sulfur and selenium ligands. Inorganica Chimica Acta, 358 (4), 1263-1268. (doi:10.1016/j.ica.2004.10.039).

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The compounds [SbCl5(R3EY)] (R = Me or Ph; E = P or As; Y = 0 or S) have been prepared from SbCl5 and the appropriate ligand in CH2O2 or CCl4 solutions, and characterised by analysis, IR, H-1, P-31{H-1}, Sb-121 NMR spectroscopy and conductance measurements. The [SbCl5(mu-L-L)SbCl5] L-L = Ph2P(O)CH2P(O)Ph-2, Ph2P(O)(CH2)(2)P(O)Ph-2, Ph2P(S)CH2P(S)Ph-2, Ph2As(O)CH2As(O)Ph-2, and o-C6H4(P(O)Ph-2)(2) have been synthesised and similarly characterised. The unstable [SbCl5(R3PSe)] have been prepared at low temperatures and characterised by IR spectroscopy. In solution in chlorocarbons they decompose rapidly to Se and R3PCl2. The reactions of R3SbS with SbCl5 produced R3SbCl2,

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Published date: 1 March 2005
Keywords: antimony pentachloride, phosphine chalcogenides, arsine chalcogenides, 3-coordinate copper(i) complexes, crystal-structure, trimethylstibinesulfide, triphenylarsine oxide, structural-properties, vibrational-spectra, addition compounds, halide-complexes, etherligands, lewis-bases

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Local EPrints ID: 20767
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/20767
ISSN: 0020-1693
PURE UUID: a4419371-dd45-437f-b0c2-ac1e5dfad3a6
ORCID for Gillian Reid: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-5349-3468

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Date deposited: 01 Mar 2006
Last modified: 29 Oct 2019 02:07

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