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Synthesis of mono-, di-, and triaminobismuthanes and observation of C–C coupling of aromatic systems with bismuth(iii) chloride

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The reaction of lithium N-trimethylsilyl-amides of the type RN(SiMe3)Li with bismuth(III) chloride yielded mono-, di- or triaminobismuthanes depending on the sterical demand of the anilide ligand R and the used stoichiometry. For the bulky Mes* substituent the reaction with BiCl3 resulted in the formation of a C–C coupling product as the main product besides a small amount of the expected Mes*N(SiMe3)BiCl2.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis of mono-, di-, and triaminobismuthanes and observation of C–C coupling of aromatic systems with bismuth(iii) chloride

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Submitted
18 Jan 2016
Accepted
17 Feb 2016
First published
19 Feb 2016

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Dalton Trans., 2016,45, 6053-6059
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Synthesis of mono-, di-, and triaminobismuthanes and observation of C–C coupling of aromatic systems with bismuth(III) chloride

C. Hering-Junghans, A. Schulz, M. Thomas and A. Villinger, Dalton Trans., 2016, 45, 6053
DOI: 10.1039/C6DT00229C

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