Polyphosphorus Compounds Containing Phosphorus-Nitrogen Bonds.
Final rept. 1 Jan 81-31 Dec 83,
GEORGIA UNIV ATHENS DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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The original scientific objective of this basic research program was the understanding of the synthesis and chemical reactivity of organic compounds consisting of a carbon backbone containing several bisdialkylamino phosphino substituents, R2N2P. This class of organophosphorus compounds, which has received very little attention, is of potential importance as intermediates in the manufacture of materials of possible value to the Air Force in diverse applications including antioxidants, lubricity agents, elastomers, flame retardants, and fuel cell catalysts. The development of methods for the synthesis of organic compounds bearing several R2N2P substituents requires the availability of important dialklaminosphorus building blocks. In this connection major effects of the size of the dialkylamino group on the resulting dialkylaminophosphorus chemistry were documented for the first time.
- Polymer Chemistry