Some acid-base aspects of (PCl2N)3 and [PCl2N]n were examined. NMR protonation studies on the (PCl2N)3 and the [PCl2N]n were performed with magic acid. NMR analysis of the reaction of the [PCl2N]n with triflic acid was also performed. The stability of the [PCl2N]n polymer in the solvent diglyme was examined using 31P NMR. Also there was an examination the possibility of using diglyme as a potential solvent in the synthesis the (PCl2N) 3. Diglyme was substituted for s-tetrachloroethane in an established work-up.
|School:||The University of Akron|
|School Location:||United States -- Ohio|
|Source:||MAI 57/05M(E), Masters Abstracts International|
|Keywords:||Acid, Base, Phosphazene|
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