An investigation was made of the reactions of hydrotriphenyltin with halo hydrocarbons, acid chlorides, inorganic halides, pure oxygen, and oxygen in presence of traces of benzoyl peroxide or hydroquinone.
There are marked differences in the rates at which hydrotriphenyltin reacts with different halo hydrocarbons, and some of these can be arranged in the following order of diminishing reactivity: CCl4>RCCl3>RCHCl2 > RCH2Cl > CHCl3.
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Borisov, A.E., Abramova, A.N. Reaction of hydrotriphenyltin with oxygen and with some halogen-containing organic and inorganic compounds. Russ Chem Bull 13, 791–793 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00846492