Use of Organoindium Hydrides for the Preparation of Organoindium Phosphides. Synthesis and Molecular Structure of (Me3CCH2)2InP(t-Bu)22
STATE UNIV OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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The indium phosphide Me3CCH22InPt-Bu22 has been prepared from KInCH2CMe33H and ClPt-Bu2 in pentane. When InCH2CMe33 and HPt-Bu2 were present in a 11 mol ratio, heating to 105-115 deg C for 5 days was required, whereas when lnCH2CMe33 and HPt-Bu2 were in a 51 mol ratio in pentane solution, large, colorless crystal of the desired indium product formed in 6 days at room temperature Excess phosphine, InCH2CMe33 and HPt-Bu2 in a 15 mol ratio in pentane, significantly retarded the rate of formation of Me3CCH2 2InPt-Bu22. Thermal decomposition of Me3CCH22InPt-Bu22 to form InP occurred at 245 deg C in 1 h. The compound Me3CCH22InPt-Bu22 crystallizes in the centrosymmetric orthorhombic space group Pbcn No. 60 with a 11.7423A, b 20.1946A, c 17.9094A, V 4246 2 A3 and Z 4. Indium-phosphorus compounds, Indium-hydrides, Single-source precursor, X-Ray structural study.
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