Andreas Nordheider

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Woollins' reagent (WR, (PhPSe2)2) plays an essential role in the selenation of organic compounds. Reaction of WR with pyridine gives the P(V) species PhPSe2 stabilised by pyridine coordination which is the first crystallographically characterised mononuclear RPSe2 system stabilised by an external molecule and has potential as a selenation reagent for(More)
A comprehensive investigation of reactions of alkali-metal derivatives of the ditelluro dianion [TePV(NtBu)(μ-NtBu)]22– (L2–, E = Te) with p-block element halides produced a series of novel heterocycles incorporating P2VN2 rings, tellurium, and group 13–16 elements. The dianion engages in Te,Te′-chelation to the metal center in Ph2Ge and R2Sn (R = tBu, nBu,(More)
Metathetical reactions of alkali-metal derivatives of the dianion [(t)BuN(Se)P(μ-N(t)Bu)2P(Se)N(t)Bu](2-) ((2Se2-)) with Ag(NHC)Cl, Ag[BF4], AuCl(THT) and HgCl2, as well as the reaction of 2S(2-) with AuCl(THT) were investigated. The observed products all incorporate the monoprotonated ligands 2SeH(-) or 2SH(-) in a variety of structural arrangements around(More)
A series of peri-substituted phosphorus-tellurium systems R'Te-Acenap-PR2 (R' = Ph, p-An, Nap, Mes, Tip; Acenap = acenaphthene-5,6-diyl (-C12H8); R = (i)Pr, Ph) exhibiting large "through-space" spin-spin coupling constants and the "onset" of three-center four-electron type interactions is presented. The influence of the substituents at the phosphorus and(More)
A new structural arrangement Te3 (RP(III) )3 and the first crystal structures of organophosphorus(III)-tellurium heterocycles are presented. The heterocycles can be stabilized and structurally characterized by the appropriate choice of substituents in Tem (P(III) R)n (m=1: n=2, R=OMes* (Mes*=supermesityl or 2,4,6-tri-tert-butylphenyl); n=3, R=adamantyl(More)
Oxidation of alkali metal derivatives of [Te((t)BuN)P(μ-N(t)Bu)(2)P(N(t)Bu)Te](2-) with I(2) produces the intermediate ditelluride dianion [Te((t)BuN)P(μ-N(t)Bu)(2)P(N(t)Bu)Te](2)(2-) with a planar PTeTeP conformation and, subsequently, the cyclic tritelluride [((t)BuN)P(μ-N(t)Bu)(2)P(N(t)Bu)(μ-TeTeTe)].
Reactions of the dianion [Te((t)BuN)P(μ-N(t)Bu)2P(N(t)Bu)Te](2-) with I2 or [Cp*RhCl2]2 unexpectedly produced complexes of the novel spirocyclic Te5 dianion [{(t)BuN(Te)P(μ-N(t)Bu)2P(Te)N(t)Bu}2μ-Te](2-), which is N,N'-coordinated to two Na(+) ions in the disodium derivative and adopts a Te,Te',Te''-bonding mode in the Cp*Rh complex.
During the synthesis of functionalized energetic triazole derivatives for biosensor detection devices 1 carboxymethyl 3 diazonio 5 nitrimino 1,2,4 triazole (2) was obtained by nitration of sodium 1 carboxymethyl 3,5 diamino 1,2,4 triazole (1). Zwitterionic (2) behaves like a diazonium cation which was proved from its reaction with sodium azide by the(More)
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