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Dialkylaminofluorophosphines and Their Coordination Chemistry with Transition Metals

  • Reinhard Schmutzler

Abstract

First reference to a dialkylaminofluorophosphine, (C2H5)2NPF2, was made 25 years ago, but it was not until recently when this class of compounds of the composition (R2N)nPF3-n (n = 1,2) attracted further interest. The compound (CH3)2NPF2 has been prepared by the dimethylaminolysis of PF3, and some of its reactions have been studied (1–3).

Keywords

Coordination Chemistry Coordination Compound Metal Carbonyl Ligand Field Strength Transition Metal Carbonyl 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Reinhard Schmutzler
    • 1
  1. 1.Explosives Department, Experimental Station LaboratoryE. I. duPont de Nemours and Co., Inc.Wilmington 98USA

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