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Three coordinate divalent Group 14 element compounds with a β-diketiminate as supporting ligand L2MX [L2=PhNC(Me)CHC(Me)NPh, X=Cl, I; M=Ge, Sn]
Abstract The new heteroleptic divalent germanium and tin compounds L2MX [L2=PhNC(Me)CHC(Me)NPh. X=Cl; M=Ge (1), Sn (2). X=I; M=Ge (3), Sn (4)] have been synthesized and physicochemically andExpand
Ate complexes of Ge(II) and Sn(II) with bidentate ligands [LiE14(OCH2CH2NMe2)3]2 (E14=Ge, Sn): synthesis and structure
Abstract The reaction of equimolar quantities of LiOCH2CH2NMe2 and E14(OCH2CH2NMe2)2 (E14=Ge, Sn) in ether yielded new ate complexes [LiE14(OCH2CH2NMe2)3]2 (E14=Ge (1), Sn (2)) with bidentateExpand
Synthesis, antioxidant properties and radioprotective effects of new benzothiazoles and thiadiazoles.
The synthesis and characterization of new compounds derived from benzothiazoles and thiadiazoles showed an interesting antioxidant property and some of these compounds could be good radioprotectors. Expand
Evaluation of new thiadiazoles and benzothiazoles as potential radioprotectors: free radical scavenging activity in vitro and theoretical studies (QSAR, DFT).
The data indicate that these two compounds derived from benzothiazole and thiadiazole are free radical scavengers and potential antioxidant agents. Expand
Stable germanium analogs of carbenes, imines, ketones, thiones, selones and tellones
Abstract The chemistry of low coordinate germanium compounds has made important advances in recent years and a rather large number of these species have been isolated in a monomeric state owing toExpand
Heteronuclear multiple bonding between heavier group 14 and 16 elements. A new class of germylated compounds, the germanethiocarbamyl and germaneselenocarbamyl chlorides L2(Cl)GeY (Y = S, Se)
The first monomeric germanethiocarbamyl halides containing a chelating β-diiminate ligand, L2(Cl)GeY (L2 = PhNC(Me)CHC(Me)NPh; Y = S (2), Y = Se (3)), have been prepared by the reaction of theExpand
Production and characterization of antibodies directed against organophosphorus nerve agent VX
A strategy is described to raise high-affinity antibodies directed against the organophosphorus nerve agent VX, since cross-reactivity with other nerve agents (Soman, Sarin or Tabun) was low, however, two haptens elicited antibodies with affinity to Soman or Sarin in the micromolar range. Expand
Heteronuclear bonding between heavier Group 14 elements and transition-metals: novel halogermylene- and stannylene transition-metal complexes L2(X)MM'L'n [L2 = PhNC(Me)CHC(Me)NPh; X = Cl, I; M = Ge,
Abstract Reactions of the stable heteroleptic halodivalent species L 2 (X)M [L 2 =PhNC(Me)CHC(Me)NPh; M=Ge, X=Cl ( 1 ); X=I ( 2 ); M=Sn, X=Cl ( 5 )] with the intermediate metal complexes W(CO) 5 THFExpand
New Insight into the Three-Coordinate Divalent Germanium Compounds L2GeΣ (L2 = PhNC(Me)CHC(Me)NPh, Σ = Cl, I, Me, OMe). Structural, Photoelectron Spectroscopic, and Theoretical Analysis
An experimental and theoretical study of the heteroleptic divalent germanium compounds containing the bidentate coordinating monoanionic β-diketiminate ligand L2GeΣ (L2 = PhNC(Me)CHC(Me)NPh; Σ = ClExpand
New stable germylenes, stannylenes, and related compounds. 1. Stable germanium(II) and tin(II) compounds M(OCH2CH2NMe2)(2) (M = Ge, Sn) with intramolecular coordination metal-nitrogen bonds.
New stable monomeric germanium(II) and tin(II) compounds M(OCH 2 CH 2 NMe 2 ) 2 (M = Ge (1); M = Sn (2)), stabilized by two intramolecular coordination M←N bonds and containing no bulky groups on theExpand