Functionalized Fluorophosphonium Ions.

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Summary of "Functionalized Fluorophosphonium Ions."

Efforts to prepare an elusive donor-free phosphenium ion, [R2P]+, led us to synthesize functionalized fluorophosphonium cations of the type [R2P(F)X]+ (X = SiEt3, H, F), which were obtained from the related neutral fluorophosphines R2PF and R2PF3 upon protonation and reaction with solvated [Et3Si]+ ions (R = 2,6-Mes2C6H3). The hypothetical reductive elimination of [R2P(F)SiEt3]+ and [R2P(F)H]+ affording [R2P]+, Et3SiF and HF, respectively, was calculated to be endothermic by 40.1 and 190.6 kJ mol-1.


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Name: Chemistry (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany)
ISSN: 1521-3765


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