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Hydrolysis of (Me3SiCH2)PhSnCl2. Isomerisation of the dimeric tetraorganodistannoxane [(Me3SiCH2)Ph(Cl)SnOSn(Cl)-Ph(CH2SiMe3)]2

Beckmann, Jens, Dakternieks, Dainis, Duthie, Andrew and Tiekink, Edward R.T. 2003, Hydrolysis of (Me3SiCH2)PhSnCl2. Isomerisation of the dimeric tetraorganodistannoxane [(Me3SiCH2)Ph(Cl)SnOSn(Cl)-Ph(CH2SiMe3)]2, Dalton transactions : an international journal of inorganic chemistry, no. 4, pp. 755-759, doi: 10.1039/b211070a.

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Title Hydrolysis of (Me3SiCH2)PhSnCl2. Isomerisation of the dimeric tetraorganodistannoxane [(Me3SiCH2)Ph(Cl)SnOSn(Cl)-Ph(CH2SiMe3)]2
Formatted title Hydrolysis of (Me3SiCH2)PhSnCl2. Isomerisation of the dimeric tetraorganodistannoxane [(Me3SiCH2)Ph(Cl)SnOSn(Cl)-Ph(CH2SiMe3)]2
Author(s) Beckmann, Jens
Dakternieks, Dainis
Duthie, Andrew
Tiekink, Edward R.T.
Journal name Dalton transactions : an international journal of inorganic chemistry
Issue number 4
Start page 755
End page 759
Publisher RSC Publishing
Place of publication Cambridge, England
Publication date 2003
ISSN 1477-9226
1477-9234
Summary The hydrolysis of (Me3SiCH2)PhSnCl2( 1) was studied under two different reaction conditions (i) by using an excess of aqueous NaOH in toluene at reflux temperature and (ii) by using small amounts of NEt3 and water in CH2Cl2 at room temperature. For (i) the products  (Me3SiCH2)Ph2SnOSnPh2(CH2SiMe3)( 2) and [(Me3SiCH2Sn)12O14(OH)6](OH)2( 3) were isolated indicating that a phenyl group migration took place. For (ii) the dimeric tetraorganodistannoxane [(Me3SiCH2)Ph(Cl)SnOSn(Cl)Ph(CH2SiMe3)]2( 4) was obtained. In solution, 4 exists as an equilibrium mixture of all five possible isomers 4a–4e; in the solid state two of these isomers 4d and 4e co-crystallized in the same crystal modification. The observation of interconvertible isomers of 4 was attributed to the kinetic lability of the ladder-like Sn4O2Cl4 structural motif. Compounds 1 and 4 were investigated by X-ray crystallography.
Language eng
DOI 10.1039/b211070a
Field of Research 039904 Organometallic Chemistry
Socio Economic Objective 970103 Expanding Knowledge in the Chemical Sciences
HERDC Research category C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
ERA Research output type C Journal article
Copyright notice ©2003, The Royal Society of Chemistry
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