Synthesis, characterization and X-ray structures of catena triphenyltin(IV) benzenesulphonate, catena-trimethyltin(IV) methylphosphonate and catena-trimethyltin(IV) phenylarsenate

C A K Diop, S Bassene, M Sidibe, A D Sarr, L Diop, K C Molloy, M F Mahon, R A Toscano

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Abstract

The crystal and spectroscopic characterization of three triorganotin derivatives, namely [Ph3SnO3SPh](n), [Me3SnO2P(OH)(Me)](n) and [Me3SnO2As(OH)(Ph)](n) are reported. In each case the structure consists of one- or three-dimensional, polymeric chains involving R3Sn (R = Me, Ph) moieties axially bridged through either benzenesulphonato, methylphosphonato or phenylarsonato ligands. The tin atoms in each case are in a trans-O2SnC3 trigonal bipyramidal environment. Hydrogen bonds ensure the compactness of the structures of the methylphosphonato and phenylarsonato derivatives.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)683-689
Number of pages7
JournalMain Group Metal Chemistry
Volume25
Issue number11
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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