RESEARCH ON PHOSPHORUS-NITROGEN COMPOUNDS.
HEIDELBERG UNIV (WEST GERMANY) DEPT OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (1ST)
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Phosphoric acid amides with PCl5 as well as hydroxyl ammonium salts with PCl5 or with PC13 lead to the compound C13PN-POCl2, which is also formed in the reaction between PCl3 and N2O4. The nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum of this compound was studied. The phosphorus atoms in the compound possess the coordination number 4 and are chemically equivalent. The two phosphorus atoms are connected by a nitrogen bridge and a coupling constant of 15.4 c.p.s. was measured. The reactions of PCl5 with NH4Cl in solvents of not too low dielectric constant leads in good yield to P3NCl12, a compound whose constitutions was elucidated through chemical reactions, measurement of electrical conductivity and study of the nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum. Author
- Inorganic Chemistry