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 Title    Polysulfonylamine, CV [1] Die ersten N,N-disulfonylierten Sulfinsäureamide: Synthese und Kristallstrukturen von R S ( 0 )-N (S 0 2Me)2 (R = Me, CC13)  
 Abstract    P o ly su lfo n y lam in es, C V [1] T h e F irst N ,N -D isu lfo n y lated S ulfinic A m id es: S y nthesis a n d C ry sta l S tru c tu re s o f R S (0) -N (S 0 2M e)2 (R = M e, CC13) M a rtin a N äv e k e, A rm a n d B lasc h ette* , P e te r G. The novel sulfinamides R S (0) -N (S 0 2M e)2, where R = Me (la) or CC13 (lb), were ob­ tained by treating the corresponding sulfinyl chlorides with Me3S iN (S 02Me)2 or AgN-(S 0 2Me)2, respectively. A presumedly ionic 1:1 adduct of lb with 4-dimethylaminopyridine was isolated and analytically characterized. In the crystals of la (monoclinic, space group P2\!ri) and lb (monoclinic, P l j c) , the molecules feature approximately planar NS3 moieties, unusually long S (0) -N bonds and, in the case of lb, an extremely long S (0) -C bond [for la and lb, in order: sum of bond angles at nitrogen 359.5 and 357.1°, S (0) -N 178.2(2) and 173.6(2) pm, S (0) -C 178.8(2) and 194.1(2) pm]. In both molecular structures, an attractive S (0) --0 1,4-interaction leads to a 7.3° discrepancy in the S (0) -N -S 0 2 angles. The crystal packing of la displays a tape (double-chain) motif generated by two prominent intermolecu-lar C -H -O interactions involving one M e S 0 2 group and the sulfinyl oxygen atoms of two adjacent molecules, whereas in lb the molecules are associated into parallel chains via a bonding C l-"0(sulfonyl) interaction. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 53b, 734—741 (1998); eingegangen am 6. April 1998 
  Published    1998 
  Keywords    N, N-Bis(organosulfonyl)sulfinamides, Synthesis, Crystal Structure, Long S ( 0 ) -N Bond 
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 Volume    53