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Monomeric Group 13 Compounds with Bidentate (N,O) Ligands
Journal of Organometaliic Chemistry
  • Michael S. Hill
  • Aaron R. Hutchison, Cedarville University
  • Timothy S. Keizer
  • Sean Parkin
  • Michael A. VanAelstyn
  • David A. Atwood
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The bidentate ligand, Sal(tBu)H, is prepared by the condensation of one equivalent of a bulky amine with 3,-5-di-tert-butylsalicylaldehyde. When one equivalent of Sal(tBu)H is added to MR3 or AlMe2Cl, compounds are btained which have the general form: [Sal(tBu)MR2] (with M/R combinations, Al/Me (1), Al/Et (3), Ga/Et (4) and In/Et (5)) and Sal(tBu)AlMeCl (2). The compounds are characterized by melting point, elemental analyses, IR, 1H-NMR, and in the case of 2 and 3 by single-crystal X-ray analysis.
  • Aluminum,
  • gallium,
  • chelate
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Atwood, D. A., Hill, M. S., Hutchison, A. R. , Keizer, T. S. , & Parkin, S. (2001). Monomeric Group 13 compounds with bidentate (N,O) ligands. Journal of Organometaliic Chemistry, 628 (1), 71-75.