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Title: Hydrolysis of dinuclear spacer-bridged diorganotin(IV) triflates. A novel cationic double ladder with supramolecular association
Authors: Beckmann, J.
Dakternieks, D.
Duthie, A.
Kuan, F.S.
Tiekink, E.R.T. 
Issue Date: 27-Oct-2003
Citation: Beckmann, J., Dakternieks, D., Duthie, A., Kuan, F.S., Tiekink, E.R.T. (2003-10-27). Hydrolysis of dinuclear spacer-bridged diorganotin(IV) triflates. A novel cationic double ladder with supramolecular association. Organometallics 22 (22) : 4399-4404. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1021/om0304762
Abstract: A series of oligomethylene-bridged diorganotin triflates R(OTf)2Sn(CH2)nSn(OTf)2R (R = CH2SiMe3; n = 3, 4, 8, 10) were synthesized by reaction of triflic acid with the precursor oxides R(O)Sn(CH2)nSn(O)R. On the basis of 119Sn NMR (in acetonitrile) the triflates appear to be the simple six-coordinated ionic species [(MeCN)4(RSn(CH2)nSnR)(MeCN)4]2 +. These triflates readily undergo hydrolysis to give products, the identity of which depends on the length of the oligomethylene bridge. For n = 3 (5), the solid-state structure shows association of two dimeric units, which results in a tetracationic double ladder. Extensive hydrogen bonding gives rise to a supramolecular association. Solution 119Sn NMR and ES MS suggest some dissociation of 5 into dimers containing four tin atoms and possibly monomers containing two tin atoms. A rudimentary solid-state structure for n = 4 (6) indicates a linear polymer based on dimeric (four tin atoms) units. The structure of 6 also features extensive hydrogen bonding, this time effectively giving rise to alternating layers of cations and anions.
Source Title: Organometallics
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/93991
ISSN: 02767333
DOI: 10.1021/om0304762
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