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Organosilicon and organophosphorus compounds with pseudohalide groups

3. Reactions of alkoxydimethylsilyl cyanides with tetracoordinated phosphorus halides
  • A. A. Krolevets
  • V. V. Antipova
  • P. V. Petrovskii
  • I. V. Martynov
Organic Chemistry Methods Of Synthesis

Abstract

The reactions of alkoxydimethylsilyl cyanides with some tetracoordinated phosphorus chlorides and fluorides were investigated. It was shown that the investigated reactions are realized primarily with the replacement of two halogen atoms by functional groups. The transformations of the phosphorus acid cyanides obtained with metal fluorides were studied.

Keywords

silyl cyanides phosphorus(IV) halides substitution reactions metal fluorides 

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  • A. A. Krolevets
  • V. V. Antipova
  • P. V. Petrovskii
  • I. V. Martynov

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