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Kinetic Stabilization of Primary Hydrides of Main Group Elements. The Synthesis of an Air-Stable, Crystalline Arsine and Silane

Published inInorganic chemistry, vol. 42, no. 21, p. 6586-6588
Publication date2003
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Two new, "user-friendly" derivatives of triptycene containing AsH2 and SiH3 fragments were synthesized. Both solids are crystalline, air-stable compounds characterized by elevated melting points and resistance toward moisture. The highly reactive As−H and Si−H bonds are protected by the presence of the surrounding phenylene hydrogen atoms, which ensure a remarkable kinetic stabilization of these primary hydrides. After X-ray irradiation of a single crystal of triptycenesilane, a persistent silyl radical was trapped and characterized.

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BRYNDA, Marcin et al. Kinetic Stabilization of Primary Hydrides of Main Group Elements. The Synthesis of an Air-Stable, Crystalline Arsine and Silane. In: Inorganic chemistry, 2003, vol. 42, n° 21, p. 6586–6588. doi: 10.1021/ic034367r
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