Insertion of zinc into the cyclophosphazene skeleton: synthesis and structure of six-membered-ring complexes of zinc

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​Insertion of zinc into the cyclophosphazene skeleton: synthesis and structure of six-membered-ring complexes of zinc​
Pandey, S. K.; Steiner, A.; Roesky, H. W. & Stalke, D.​ (1993) 
Inorganic Chemistry32(24) pp. 5444​-5446​.​

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Pandey, Sushil K.
Steiner, Alexander
Roesky, Herbert W.
Stalke, Dietmar
Abstract
Cyclozincaphosphazenes have been synthesized by the reaction of the bis-silylated ligand HN[P(NMe2)2NSiMe3]2 (1) with ZnR2 (2) (R = N(SiMe&, Me, Et). These complexes have been characterized by IR, NMR, and mass spectroscopy and by X-ray crystal structural analysis. X-ray analysis of [N(P(NMe2)2NSiMe3]2ZnN(SiMe3)2(]3 ) revealed that it crystallizes as a monomer in the solid state.
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1993
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Inorganic Chemistry 
Language
English

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