Mohammad Aghazadeh Meshgi

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Several silatranyl -substituted oligosilanes were prepared starting from bis(trimethylsilyl)silatranylsilanide. Electrochemical and theoretical investigations of some oligosilanes revealed that electrooxidation occurs by formation of a short-lived cation radical. This species undergoes structural relaxation to form a pair of conformers, with endo and exo(More)
Most known silatrane chemistry is concerned with examples where the attached silatrane substituent atom is that of an element more electronegative than silicon. The current study features silylated silatranes with a range of electropositive elements attached to the silyl group. The resulting compounds show different degrees of electron density on the(More)
The reaction of the potassium 1,3-trisilanediide Me2Si[Si(Me3Si)2K]2 with SmI2 and YbI2 was found to give the respective disilylated complexes Me2Si[Si(Me3Si)2]2Sm·2THF and Me2Si[Si(Me3Si)2]2Yb·2THF. Desolvation of coordinated solvent molecules in these complexes made their handling difficult. However, using a number of functionalized silanide ligands,(More)
The synthesis of size-monodispersed indium nanoparticles via an innovative simultaneous phase transfer and ripening method is reported. The formation of nanoparticles occurs in a one-step process instead of well-known two-step phase transfer approaches. The synthesis involves the reduction of InCl3 with LiBH4 at ambient temperature and although the(More)
Polysilanes are known to exhibit the interesting property of σ-bond electron delocalization. By employing optical spectroscopy (UV-vis), it is possible to judge the degree of delocalization and also differentiate parts of the molecules which are conjugated or not. The current study compares oligosilanes of similar chain length but different substitution(More)
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