Sample Originator: Michael B. Hursthouse, Simon J. Coles, J. W. Steed, C. Jones, D. L. Coombs, R. J. Calder and Simon Aldridge.



Identification Number:10.5258/ecrystals/127
Date Created:30 January 2001
Deposited On:21 Jan 2008 15:29
Deposited By:A.N. Admin

Depositor Comments

The coordination chemistry of alkoxo and amido ligands bearing pendant nitrogen or sulfur donors has been developed to include examples of main group complexes. The structural implications of amido ligand coordination augmented by a tethered pyridyl base have been investigated for group 13 and 14 derivatives {[6-(Me3SiN)-2-Me-C5H3N]SnCl3 and [6-(Me3SiN)-2-Me-C5H3N]BBr2}. Furthermore, the scope, kinetics and mechanism of the synthesis of alkoxo and amido derivatives from trimethylsilyl substituted precursors have been investigated in depth. The methodology is found to be applicable to a range of ligand frameworks of varying flexibility, stabilised by one or two tether arms.

Data collection parameters

Chemical formulaC9 H15 Cl3 N2 Si Sn
Crystal morphology
Crystal systemTriclinic
Space group symbolP-1
Cell length a9.2498(18)
Cell length b9.7081(19)
Cell length c17.738(4)
Cell angle alpha93.62(3)
Cell angle beta90.61(3)
Cell angle gamma104.26(3)
Data collection temperature150(2)

Refinement results

Solution figure of merit0.0333
R Factor (Obs)0.0307
R Factor (All)0.0386
Weighted R Factor (Obs)0.0769
Weighted R Factor (All)0.0812

Citation: Hursthouse, Michael B. and Coles, Simon J. and Steed, J. W. and Jones, C. and Coombs, D. L. and Calder, R. J. and Aldridge, Simon (2001) University of Southampton, Crystal Structure Report Archive. (doi:10.5258/ecrystals/127)
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