RESEARCH ON PHOSPHORUS-NITROGEN-SILICON COMPOUNDS.
Technical scientific note,
HEIDELBERG UNIV (WEST GERMANY) DEPT OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (1ST)
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The reactions of hexamethyldisilazane and trimethyl-N-methyl-aminosilane with amides and hydrazides of esters of phosphoric acid result in heterolysis of Si-N-compounds and trimethylsilyl-amides or -hydrazides of the corresponding phosphoric acid are formed. Monochlorides of esters of phospheric acid also react with hexamethyldisilazane under heterocyclic fission of the Si-N-compound, while the reaction of trimethyl-N-methylamino-silane results in the substitution of the H-atom attached to the N-atom without any fission of the Si-N-compound. Derivates of the dichlorophospheric acid are obtained from silazane and OPC13. Author
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