Bis(diphenylarsino)maleic acid, derivatives
Bis(diphenylstibino)maleic anhydride, synthesis, crystal structure
Bis(phenylthio)maleic acid, derivatives
Maleic acid derivatives, synthesis, molecular structure
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Chemistry and Pharmacology
Abstract The unusual properties of bis(diphenylphosphino)maleic anhydride and similar ditertiary phosphines has prompted the synthesis of analogous arsines and stibines. Bis(diphenylarsino)maleic anhydride,-maleic thioanhydride and-N-methyl maleic imide, bis(diphenylstibino)maleic anhydride (5) and-maleic thioanhydride are obtained as crystalline yellow or red compounds by the reaction of the corresponding 2,3-dichloromaleic acid derivatives with diphenyl(trimethylsilyl)arsine and-stibine resp. The uv/vis spectra and characteristic i.r. bands of selected compounds are given and compared with those of the corresponding phosphines. The strong shift of νC=C to lower wavenumbers observed in all compounds has caused the determination of crystal and molecular structure of5 by x-ray diffraction. Bond distances and angles are given. The complex formation of the new diarsine ligands has been examined by the preparation of Ni-, Cr- and Mo-carbonyl derivatives. As the first organylsulfane substituted maleic acid derivatives bis(phenylthio)maleic thioanhydride,-N-methyl-maleic imide and-maleic acid dimethylester are synthesized and described.
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