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While the incommensurability in melilites is well documented, the underlying atomic configurations and the composition-dependent phase behavior are not yet clear. We have studied the transition from the incommensurate phase to the high-temperature normal phase (IC-N), and to the low-temperature commensurate phase (IC-C) of selected members of the Ca(2)Co(1(More)
A two-electron aromatic bis(tris-trimethylsilylmethylene)-substituted tetraborane(4) was found to be a useful precursor for the synthesis of two-electron aromatic tetraboranes(6), triboracyclopropanates, as well as tetraboranes(6) distorted toward triboracyclopropanates with boryl bridges. Bishomo two-electron aromatics with a borata bridge and a protonated(More)
In situ transformations of selenidostannate frameworks in ionic liquids (ILs) were initiated by treatment of the starting phase K2[Sn2Se5] and the consecutive reaction products by means of temperature increase and/or amine addition. Along the reaction pathway, the framework dimensionalities of the five involved selenidostannate anions develop from 3D to 1D(More)
Ionothermal reactions of [Ge(4)Se(10)](4-) with SnCl(4)·5H(2)O yielded [BMMIm](24)[Sn(36)Ge(24)Se(132)] (ZBT-1) and [BMIm](24)[Sn(32.5)Ge(27.5)Se(132)] [ZBT-2; B(M)MIm = 1-butyl-(2,)3-(di)methylimidazolium]. These contain the largest known discrete polyanion consisting only of main-group elements. In spite of a zeolite-related composition, the 192-atom(More)
Seven compounds with binary or ternary Ge/Se, Ge/Sn/Se, or Sn/Se anionic substructures crystallized upon the ionothermal reactions of [K(4)(H(2)O)(3)][Ge(4)Se(10)] with SnCl(4)·5H(2)O or SnCl(2) in [BMMIm][BF(4)] or [BMIm][BF(4)] (BMMIm=1-butyl-2,3-dimethyl-imidazolium, BMIm=1-butyl-3-methyl-imidazolium). The products were obtained by subtly varying the(More)
  • Phosphanimine Me3SiNPPh, Frank Weller, +5 authors Kurt D ehnicke
  • 2013
The crystal structures of two silylated phosphanimines have been determined. Me3SiNPPh3: Space group P I, Z = 2, structure refinement with 2907 observed unique reflections with F0 > 5a(F 0), R = 0.052. Lattice dimensions at 19 °C: a = 876.6(1), b = 1125.8(1), c = 1151.2(1) pm, a = 61.71(1)°, ß = 88.08(1)°, y = 87.18(1)°. The compound forms monomeric(More)
The elucidation of formation mechanisms is mandatory for understanding and planning of synthetic routes. For (bio-)organic and organometallic compounds, this has long been realized even for very complicated molecules, whereas the formation of ligand-free inorganic molecules has widely remained a black box to date. This is due to poor structural(More)
The title compound, C(22)H(22)O(5), crystallizes with two independent mol-ecules in the asymmetric unit, both of which possess pseudo-C(s) symmetry. The central 1,3-dioxanone rings have envelope conformations, with the C atom bearing the two methyl groups at the flap. The benzene rings of the meth-oxy-benzyl-idene units, attached in the 4- and 6-positions(More)