Krishnamurthy, SS and Sundaram, PM and Woods, Michael (1982) Studies of phosphazenes. 12. Reactions of N4P4Cl8 with dibenzylamine- isolation of an unusual "bicyclic" phosphazene, N4P4[N(CH2Ph)2]6(NCH2Ph). In: Inorganic Chemistry, 21 (1). pp. 406-410.
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Octachlorocyclotetraphosphazene, N4P4CIa, reacts with dibenzylamine to give the chloro(dibenzy1amino) derivatives, N4P,C18,[N(CH2Ph)2],,, n = 1, 2 (two isomers), and 4 (three isomers). Nongeminal structures have been assigned to these compounds on the basis of ‘H and jlP NMR spectra. The presence of at least two tris(dibenzylamin0) derivatives in some reaction mixtures is also inferred from NMR spectra. Steric effects become important at the tetrakis stage of chlorine replacement, and further substitution by dibenzylamine to give monocyclic tetrameric derivatives does not occur. A “bicyclic” phosphazene, N4P4[N(CH2Ph)2]6(NCHzPh)is, obtained from the reaction of N4P4Claw ith an excess of dibenzylamine in boiling methyl cyanide. The formation of this derivative and its spectroscopic data are discussed.
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|Department/Centre:||Division of Chemical Sciences > Inorganic & Physical Chemistry|
|Date Deposited:||14 Dec 2009 06:16|
|Last Modified:||19 Sep 2010 05:47|
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