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1Author    Z. NaturforschRequires cookie*
 Title    ,1-Organoboration of Sterically Hindered Tetra-l-alkynylsilanes and the Crystal Structure of Tetrakis[l-(3,3-dimethyl)butynyl]silane  
 Abstract    Tetra-l-alkynylsilanes, Si(C sC R *)4 with R 1 = 'Bu (1) and SiMe3 (2) react with triethyl-borane, E t3B. by intermolecular 1,1-ethyloboration followed by intramolecular 1.1-vinylo-boration. to give the substituted siloles 3 and 5 with two R 'C = C groups linked to silicon. The formation of 5 (R 1 = SiMe3) requires exactly one equivalent of E t3B, whereas 3 (R 1 = 'Bu) is formed after = 2 0 d in boiling toluene in the presence of a large excess of E t3B, and the remaining 'B u -C = C groups in 3 do not react with E t3B. The 1,1-organoboration of 2 using one equivalent of 9-ethyl-9-borabicyclo[3.3.1]nonane, Et-9-BBN, proceeds similar to the E t3B-reaction, to give mainly the silole derivative 6, in which the bicyclic ring system is enlarged by two carbon atoms. This product is the result of a kinetically controlled reaction. The single crystal X-ray analysis of 1 has been carried out (space group Pnm a; a = 990.0(2), b = 1668.0(3), c = 1479.0(3) pm), and its crystal structure is com pared with that of the corre­ sponding tin compound 1 (Sn). 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 51b, 1320—1324 (1996); received March 14 1996 
  Published    1996 
  Keywords    Tetra-l-alkynylsilanes, 1, 1-Organoboration, Siloles, X-Ray 
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 Identifier    ZNB-1996-51b-1320 
 Volume    51