A new method of synthesizing 1-alkoxysilatranes is described. It is based on transesterification of lower tetraalkoxysilanes with an equimolar mixture of triethanolamine and appropriate alcohol. The method is used to prepare 15 compounds of this type in 50–90% yields. Of these only one, R = = C2H5, was previously known. Their solubilities in various solvents are found. Molecular weight determinations show them to be monomeric.
KeywordsAlcohol Molecular Weight Organic Chemistry Transesterification Triethanolamine
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