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First Example of a Hydrogen-Bonded Three-Dimensional Pillared Structure Involving an Organotin Motif:  Synthesis and X-ray Crystal Structures of {[nBu2Sn(H2O)3(L)Sn(H2O)3nBu2]2+[L]2-}·2MeOH·2H2O and {[Ph3Sn(L)Sn(H2O)Ph3]n}·THF (L = 1,5-Naphthalenedisulfonate)

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posted on 17.07.2003, 00:00 authored by Vadapalli Chandrasekhar, Ramamoorthy Boomishankar, Alexander Steiner, Jamie F. Bickley
The reaction of a disulfonic acid with nBu3SnOSnnBu3 generates the Sn−alkyl-cleaved dicationic species {[nBu2Sn(H2O)3(L)Sn(H2O)3nBu2]2+[L]2-}· 2MeOH·2H2O (4; L = 1,5-naphthalenedisulfonate, 1,5-C10H6-(SO3)2). The corresponding reaction with Ph3SnOSnPh3 leads to the unusual zigzag polymer {[Ph3Sn(L)Sn(H2O)Ph3]n}·THF (5), which contains an Sn−O motif in the backbone as well as a pendant group.

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