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Synthesis and thermal decomposition of heavy tetrylenes bearing N-Aminocarbazolyl substituents.

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Summary of "Synthesis and thermal decomposition of heavy tetrylenes bearing N-Aminocarbazolyl substituents."

The synthesis of the N-aminocarbazole R-NH2 (2) is reported. Subsequent reaction with bis(bis(trimethylsilyl)-amidotetrylenes E[N(SiMe3)2]2 (E = Ge, Sn, Pb) allowed the isolation of formal hydrazidotetrylene derivatives, R-N(H)EN(SiMe3)2 (3), that includes the first example of a hydrazidoplumbylene to date. Thermal decomposition of these compounds resulted in the elimination of "NH" and afforded the tetrylenes R-EN(SiMe3)2 (4).

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Name: Chemistry (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany)
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