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Issue 6, 1970
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Organometallic reactions. Part XVII. Some exchange and addition reactions of aminodimethyltin compounds

Abstract

Dimethyltin bis(diethylamide) reacts with dimethyltin dihalides to produce the dimethyltin halide diethylamides; these are unstable, but can be characterised as their adducts with carbon disulphide.

NNN″-Triethylhexamethylcyclotristannazane, (Me2Sn·NEt)3, disproportionates when treated with organotin chorides, RnSnCl4–n, to give distannazanes of general formula RnSnCl3–n·NEt·SnMe2Cl. Treatment of 1,1,3-trichloro-2-ethyl-1,3,3-trimethyldistannazane with 2,2′-bipyridyl gives Me2SnCl2, bipy and sym-trichloro-NNN″-triethyltrimethylcyclotristannazane. A mixture of dimethyltin sulphide and the triethylhexamethylcyclotristannazane exists in equilibrium with the cyclotristannazadithiane and the cyclotristannadiazathiane.

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J. Chem. Soc. C, 1970, 759-765
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Organometallic reactions. Part XVII. Some exchange and addition reactions of aminodimethyltin compounds

A. G. Davies and J. D. Kennedy, J. Chem. Soc. C, 1970, 759
DOI: 10.1039/J39700000759

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