STUDIES IN IVTH GROUP ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY. XII. LINEAR POLYADDITION POLYMERS DERIVED FROM P-PHENYLENE-BIS-(DIMETHYLTIN HYDRIDE) AND DIPHENYLTIN DIHYDRIDE.
INSTITUTE FOR ORGANIC CHEMISTRY TNO UTRECHT (NETHERLANDS)
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The preparation and characterization of linear organometallic polymers containing tin or tin and lead in the polymer main chain is described. These polymers were obtained by polyaddition reactions from p-phenylene-bis-dimethyltin hydride and various di-olefinic, acetylenic and di-acetylenic compounds. Reactions of this novel organotin hydride were carried out with p-styrenyl derivatives of germanium, tin and lead, leading to monomeric compounds containing four hydrocarbon-linked metal atoms. Furthermore, linear polyesters and polyamides containing organotin radicals in the polymer backbone were prepared from diphenyltin dihydride and difunctionally-unsaturated esters and amides. Author
- Polymer Chemistry