Reactions of Hydrogen Chloride and Boron Trichloride with Trimethylsilylamino Groups
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Reactions of hydrogen chloride and triethylamine hydrochloride with the novel B-trisbis-trimethylsilylaminoborazine failed to give B- tristrimethylsilylaminoborazine, but following liberation of Me3SiC1 resulted in condensations. At lower temperatures ammonia was eliminated at higher temperatures hexamethyldisilazane. The possible mechanisms are postulated. Boron trichloride action on tristrimethylsilylamine and 1,3-trimethylsilyl-2,4-bis- trimethylsilylamino-1,3,-diaza-diboretane was investigated. In the first instance the clevage of the Si-N bond occurred to a very low degree, the major process was the replacement of the methyl groups on silicon by chlorine atoms. In the case of diboretane only the second reaction took place. Hydrogen chloride, Borazine, Boron trichloride, Chemical reactions, Tristrimethylsilyl amine.
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry