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Organoelement aluminum, gallium, and indium hydrazides, [R(2)ENHN(H)R'](2) (E = Al, Ga, In), are easily available from the corresponding trialkylelement compounds, ER(3), and hydrazines, H(2)NN(H)R', via elimination of the respective hydrocarbons. Their diverse molecular structures are derived from four-, five-, or six-membered element-nitrogen… (More)
The heptanuclear aluminium-nitrogen cage compound [(AlMe(2))(4)(AlMe)(3)(NHNMe)(3)(N-NMe)(OMe)] contains the unique hydrazinetriide fragment [N-N(Me)](3-) stabilized by coordination to five Al atoms. It was synthesised by thermolysis of the sesqui-hydrazide Al[(μ-NH-NHMe)(2)AlMe(2)](3) in refluxing toluene in the presence of a small quantity of methanol.
Gallium hydrazides are potentially applicable as facile starting compounds for the generation of GaN by thermolysis. The decomposition pathways are, however, complicated and depend strongly on the substituents attached to the gallium atoms and the hydrazido groups. This paper describes some systematic investigations into the thermolysis of the gallium… (More)
Thermolysis of the bicyclic gallium hydrazide [(GaMe(2))(4)(NH-NMe)(NH-NHMe)(2)] (1) yielded the unique cage compound [(GaMe)(4)(GaMe(2))(4)(N(2))(NH-NMe)(4)] (2). Compound 2 contains a remarkable hydrazinetetraide moiety, [N-N](4-), as the central structural motif which is stabilised by coordination to six gallium atoms.