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Bis(1-naphthyl) telluride

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posted on 2007-11-01, 00:00 authored by A Chauhan, Anamika, R Srivastava, Andrew DuthieAndrew Duthie
Yellow crystals of the title compound, C20H14Te, were obtained serendipitously in an attempt to recrystallize the reduction product of (1-C10H7)[(CH(Me)COC6H5)]TeCl2 from dichloromethane. The molecule exhibits an angular geometry with almost equal Te-Caryl bonds and a C-Te-C angle close to values observed for other diaryl tellurides. One of the aromatic ring systems lies in the C-Te-C plane and the other is oriented at 76.81 (6)°, giving an almost T-shaped conformation that is compatible with the steric demand of 1-naphthyl ligands.

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Journal

Acta crystallographica. Section E, structure reports online

Volume

E63

Issue

11

Publisher

International Union of Crystallography

Location

Chester, England

ISSN

1600-5368

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal; C Journal article

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2007, International Union of Crystallography

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