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1Author    SupersilyltrielanesR., N., E. =. Triel, R., Sirbu3, Nils Wiberg, Kerstin Amelunxen, Thomas Blank, Hans-Wolfram Lerner, Kurt Polborn, Heinrich Nöth, Ralf Littger, Manfred Rackl, Martin Schmidt-Amelunxen, Holger Schwenk-Kircher, Markus Warchold, Herrn Professor, DrH P Fritz, R. *. Ehal2, D., R. *. Ehal2, R., =. Sirbu3, Al, GaRequires cookie*
 Title    Supersilyltrielane R*wEHal3 _M (E = Triel, R* = Si/Bu3): Synthesen, Charakterisierung, Reaktionen, Strukturen [1]  
 Abstract    = OR2, NR3) have been synthesized by reaction of EHal3 with NaR* in the absence or presence of donors as well as by substitution of D, Hal or R* by other substituents, or by reaction of R*2E-ER*2 (E = Al, In) with I2, H2, AgF2 or HBr. Thermal decomposition of the compounds in solution or in the gas phase leads to elimination of D from R*EHal2»D, or of R'Hal from R*EHal2 and R*2EHal, respectively. The dihalides R*EHal2 act as Lewis acids with respect to donors OR2 or NR3 (formation of adducts R*EHal2*D), the monohalides R*2EHal as Lewis bases with respect to acceptors EHal3 (formation of R*2E+ EHal4~). Dehalogenations of R*2EHal and R*EHal2 with alkali metals or NaR* leads to compounds R*4Ei (E = AI, In, Tl), R*3E2* (E = AI, Ga), R~4E3* (E = Al, Ga), R*4E4 (E = AI, Ga), R*6Ga8, R%In12, (R*2B"), R*2A P , R*3Ga2~, R*4Ga3~, R*4Ga42~, R*4T13C1, or R*6T16C12. The structures of R*BBr2*Py, R*AlBr2»NEtMe2, (R*A1C10Bu)2, R*2BF as well as R*2EC1 (E = B, Al, Ga, Tl) have been determined by X-ray structure analyses. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 56b, 634—651 (2001); eingegangen am 2. Mai 2001 
  Published    2001 
  Keywords    ): Syntheses, Characterization, Reactions, Structures [1] Silicon, Trieles, Supersilyl Water-and oxygen-sensitive compounds, In, TI, Hal = F, Cl, Br, I, D 
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 Identifier    ZNB-2001-56b-0634 
 Volume    56