NMR Spectra of Guest–Host Complexes of Boron and Silicon Fluorides with Crown Ethers in Nonaqueous Solutions View Full Text


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2001-03

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V. O. Gel'mbol'dt, G. Selig, E. V. Ganin, M. S. Fonar', A. A. Ennan

ABSTRACT

19F, 11B, and 29Si NMR spectroscopy was used to examine the behavior of the guest–host complexes (BF3· H2O)2· 18-crown-6 · 2H2O, (BF3· H2O)2· DCH-6B, and (DCH-6A · H3O)SiF5in acetone (DCH-6B and DCH-6A are the cis-anti-cis- and cis-syn-cis-isomers of dicyclohexano-18-crown-6, respectively). It was shown that molecular boron fluoride complexes undergo partial solvolysis in acetone to yield BF3· acetone as the main product; the ionic pentafluorosilicate complex does not experience significant solvolysis transformations. More... »

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150-151

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1992-06. Synthesis and structure of (H2O·HBF4)2(18-crown-6) in JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
  • 1991-01. Stabilization of H2O ⁗ BF3 by hydrogen bonding to 18-crown-6 in JOURNAL OF INCLUSION PHENOMENA AND MACROCYCLIC CHEMISTRY
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