Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

, Volume 35, Issue 1, pp 112–120 | Cite as

Silyl modifications of biologically active compounds 6. Organosilicon complexes of rhenium(V) with mixed ligands

  • H. Spies
  • Th. Fietz
  • A. Zablotskaya
  • S. Belyakov
  • E. Lukevics


Neutral organosilicon complexes of rhenium with mixed ligands of general formula ReO(SSS)(S-Q-OSiRR'2) have been synthesized. An X-ray crystallographic investigation of (2-triphenylsiloxyethanethiolato)(3-thiapentan-1,5-dithiolato)oxorhenium has been carried out and its neurotropic properties have been studied.


Organic Chemistry Active Compound General Formula Rhenium Silyl 
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  • H. Spies
  • Th. Fietz
  • A. Zablotskaya
  • S. Belyakov
  • E. Lukevics

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