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The lithium bis(imino)stannylenoid (NIPr)2 Sn(Li)Cl (1; NIPr=bis(2,6-diisopropylphenyl)imidazolin-2-imino) was prepared by the reaction of LiNIPr with 0.5 equiv of SnCl2 ⋅diox (diox=1,4-dioxane) and the ambiphilic character of the compound was demonstrated by investigations into its reactivity. Treatment of 1 with I2 or MeI yielded the oxidative addition(More)
The ditopic germanium complex FGe(NIPr)2 Ge[BF4 ] (3[BF4 ]; IPr=1,3-bis(2,6-diisopropylphenyl)imidazolin-2-ylidene) is prepared by the reaction of the amino(imino)germylene (Me3 Si)2 NGeNIPr (1) with BF3 ⋅OEt2 . This monocation is converted into the germylene-germyliumylidene 3[BAr(F) 4 ] [Ar(F) =3,5-(CF3 )2 -C6 H3 ] by treatment with Na[BAr(F) 4 ]. The(More)
The imidazolin-2-imino group is an N-heterocyclic imino functionality that derives from the class of compounds known as guanidines. The exocyclic nitrogen atom preferably bonds to electrophiles and its electron-donating character is markedly enhanced by efficient delocalization of cationic charge density into the five-membered imidazoline ring. Thus, this(More)
The novel amino(imino)stannylene 1 was prepared by conversion of HNIPr (NIPr = bis(2,6-diisopropylphenyl)imidazolin-2-imino) with one equivalent of Lappert's tin reagent (Sn[N(SiMe3)2]2). Treatment of 1 with DMAP (4-dimethylaminopyridine) yields its Lewis acid-base adduct 2. The reaction of 1 with one equivalent of trimethylsilyl azide results in(More)
The novel amino(imino)germylene 1 was prepared by the conversion of HNIPr (NIPr = bis(2,6-diisopropylphenyl)imidazolin-2-imino) with 1 equiv. of Ge[N(SiMe3)2]2. Germylene 1 reacts with B(C6F5)3 to afford the borate salt 2(+)[MeB(C6F5)3](-) in a methyl-abstraction and ring-closing reaction. The conversion of 2 with Fe2(CO)9 furnishes the germylene iron(More)
Aluminum chalcogenides are mostly encountered in the form of bulk aluminum oxides that are structurally diverse but typically consist of networks with high lattice energy in which the chalcogen atoms bridge the metal centres. This makes their molecular congeners difficult to synthesize because of a pronounced tendency for oligomerization. Here we describe(More)
The title compound, [Li(4)O(4)(C(12)H(8)BO)(4)(C(4)H(10)O)(4)], features a Li(4)O(4) cube. Each Li atom in the cube is additionally coordinated by a diethyl ether mol-ecule and each O atom in the cube carries a 9-oxa-10-boraanthracene residue. The crystal studied was a non-merohedral twin [twin law (-1 0 0 / 0 0 1 / 0 1 0); the contribution of the major(More)
Inorganic group 13 element (M) chalcogenides (E) based on the general formular M2E3 are ubiquitous in synthesis, catalysis and material science. The parent ME fragment which aggregates to form three dimensional networks in the condensed phase can be expected to exhibit multiple bond character between the elements. Low temperature matrix isolation techniques(More)
The reaction of bis(2,6-diisopropylphenyl)imidazolin-2-imine (LH, 1) with Me3N·AlH3 furnishes {μ-LAlH2}2 (2). The marked tendency of 2 to release its hydride substituents is ascribed to the strong electron-donor character of the imidazolin-2-iminato ligand. This is supported by its reactivity study and DFT calculations. In fact, compound 2 was further(More)
The reaction of the bulky bis(imidazolin-2-iminato) ligand precursor (1,2-(L(Mes)NH)2-C2H4)[OTs]2 (1(2+)  2[OTs](-); L(Mes) = 1,3-dimesityl imidazolin-2-ylidene, OTs = p-toluenesulfonate) with lithium borohydride yields the boronium dihydride cation (1,2-(L(Mes)N)2-C2H4)BH2[OTs] (2(+)  [OTs](-)). The boronium cation 2(+)  [OTs](-) reacts with elemental(More)