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Reaction of an arsinoamide with chloro tetrylenes: substitution and As–N bond insertion

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Reaction of the arsinoamide [(Mes2AsNPh){Li(OEt2)2}] with the low-valent group 14 compounds, [{PhC(tBuN)2}ECl] (E = Si, Ge) and GeCl2·dioxane, resulted in two different reaction pathways: simple substitution or substitution accompanied by an insertion step. As a result, either insertion products with an As–Si[double bond, length as m-dash]N unit and an As–Ge bond, or substitution products, in which the intact arsinoamide binds to the group 14 elements via the N atom, were obtained.

Graphical abstract: Reaction of an arsinoamide with chloro tetrylenes: substitution and As–N bond insertion

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Submitted
12 Jun 2019
Accepted
05 Jul 2019
First published
16 Jul 2019

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2019,55, 9315-9318
Article type
Communication

Reaction of an arsinoamide with chloro tetrylenes: substitution and As–N bond insertion

X. Chen, T. Simler, R. Yadav, M. T. Gamer, R. Köppe and P. W. Roesky, Chem. Commun., 2019, 55, 9315
DOI: 10.1039/C9CC04530A

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