Structure and Solution Study of Molecular Triorganotin Compounds Containing an N,C,N Ligand
datasetposted on 02.01.2006, 00:00 by Blanka Kašná, Roman Jambor, Libor Dostál, Lenka Kolářová, Ivana Císařová, Jaroslav Holeček
The triorganotin compounds R2(NCN)SnX (NCN = C6H3(Me2NCH2)2-2,6-) containing different polar groups X or substituents R were prepared. The set of organotin compounds Ph2(NCN)SnX (X = I (2), CF3CO2 (3), CH3CO2 (4), Et2NCS2 (5)) was prepared to study the influence of the polar group X on the character of the Sn−X bond. The effect of substituents R on the character of the Sn−X bond was studied in two additional sets of organotin compounds, R2(NCN)SnCl (R = Ph (6), Bu (7), Me (8)) and R2(NCN)SnO2CCH3 (R = Ph (4), Bu (9), Me (10)). The influence of different solvents and temperatures on the presence or absence of covalent Sn−X bonds was studied as well. 1H and 119Sn NMR spectroscopy showed the occurrence of dissociation of the Sn−O2CCH3 covalent bond in CD2Cl2 solutions of 4, 9, and 10 at various temperatures (range 300−200 K). The crystal structures of 8 and 10 were studied by X-ray crystallography.