Amidoesters of selenophosphoric acid
Some new amidoesters of selenophosphoric acid were obtained, and their31P NMR and IR spectra were studied.
Based on the data of the31P NMR and IR spectra, the nature of the substituents attached to the phosphorus atom in the amidoesters of selenophosphoric acid has little effect on the electronic environment around the phosphorus atom.
KeywordsPhosphorus Phosphorus Atom Electronic Environment Selenophosphoric Acid
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