Isolation and characterization of nongeminal cyclic methylphenylphosphazene tetramers.

Abstract

Heating pure samples of the cyclic phosphazenes, cis- or trans-[Me(Ph)PN](3), yielded mixtures of the cis and trans isomers of the cyclic phosphazene trimers, [Me(Ph)PN](3), and all four geometric isomers of the tetramers, [Me(Ph)PN](4). Varying the temperature and heating times changes the ratio of these components. Following the thermolysis by NMR… (More)

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