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Dissociation of complexes of triethylaluminum with electron donors on dilution

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    Dissociation of the complex occurs when the complexes of triethylaluminum with diethyl ether, diethyl sulfide, and THF are diluted, which is manifested in the NME spectra.

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    Based on the estimated complexing constants and the values of the spectroscopic effect the studied donors can be arranged in the following order of decrease in their donor strength: NEt3 > THF > OEt2 > SEt2.

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Translated from Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Seriya Khimicheskaya, No. 1, pp. 157–159, January, 1975.

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Denisov, V.M., Toporkova, E.B., Alferova, L.V. et al. Dissociation of complexes of triethylaluminum with electron donors on dilution. Russ Chem Bull 24, 146–147 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00926312

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  • Ether
  • Sulfide
  • Diethyl
  • Diethyl Ether
  • Electron Donor