Low temperature synthesis of ionic phosphates in dimethyl sulfoxide.

Abstract

A new synthesis route for phosphates in an organic solvent at low temperatures is presented. The synthesis was done by dispersing a nitrate salt and phosphorus pentoxide in dimethyl sulfoxide. The synthesis can be performed under water-free conditions and yielded several organic and inorganic phosphates. Crystal structure solution of bistetramethylammonium hydrogencyclotriphosphate, [N(CH3)4]2HP3O9, was achieved by combining information gained from powder X-ray diffraction, liquid NMR and solid state (2D) NMR. The molecular structure of rubidium cyclotetraphosphate, Rb4P4O12, was determined using liquid state NMR and solid state (2D) NMR spectroscopy.

DOI: 10.1039/c4dt00544a

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@article{Mangstl2014LowTS, title={Low temperature synthesis of ionic phosphates in dimethyl sulfoxide.}, author={Martin Mangstl and Vinicius Ribeiro Celinski and Sebastian Johansson and Johannes Weber and Feng Xi an and J{\"{o}rn Schmedt Auf der G{\"{u}nne}, journal={Dalton transactions}, year={2014}, volume={43 26}, pages={10033-9} }