Colored and Colorless Tin(II) Amines.
OKLAHOMA UNIV NORMAN DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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Intensely colored tinII amines are monomeric species with larger tin-119m Moessbauer isomer shifts and quadrupole splittings than their more air stable colorless analogues whose less sterically demanding amine substituents allow intermolecular coordination through bridging nitrogen atoms the crossover point between these two limiting situations is defined by the synthesis of several series of tinII amine compounds. Author
- Organic Chemistry