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Polychloroaryl Derivatives of Metals and Metalloids

  • T. Chivers
  • B. J. Wakefield

Abstract

Polyfluoroaryl derivatives of metals and metalloids have been extensively studied over a number of years, and have proved to be of considerable interest [1]. By comparison, polychloroaryl derivatives have been neglected. The reasons for this comparative neglect are not at first sight obvious, as the chloro-compounds are of at least as much theoretical interest, and the starting materials are cheaper and more readily available. However, the fluoro-compounds are amenable to study by 19F n.m.r., while comparable tools have not been available for the chloro-compounds. The development of simple methods for preparing polychloroaryl-lithium and -magnesium derivatives has now opened up the way for the synthesis of a wide range of other compounds, and physical methods such as nuclear quadrupole resonance spectroscopy and 13C n.m.r. spectroscopy may ease the task of structure determination.

Keywords

Chlorine Atom Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Grignard Reagent Antimony Trichloride Lithium Derivative 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. Chivers
    • 1
  • B. J. Wakefield
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of CalgaryCalgary, AlbertaCanada
  2. 2.The Ramage Laboratories, Department of Chemistry and Applied ChemistryUniversity of SalfordSalford, LancashireEngland

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