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43 Me I+ I- -t Li+ (43) 8. R = Me HOCH, -Q HOCH, -' 225'C ~ R\L IR' 0 2 (45) 28 29 S. A. Bone, S. Trippett, and P. J. S. Perkin I , 1977, 80. Hellwinkel and W. Krapp, Chem. , 1977, 110, 693. 31 Quinquecoualent Phosphorus Compounds Me e 2 0‘om Et Me Me (47) A kinetic investigation of the reaction of the phospholens (47) with diethyl peroxide in various solvents supports a mechanism involving rate-determining biphilic attack of the phosphine on the peroxide followed by rapid fragmentation of the resulting p h o ~ p h o r a n eA .

Cowley and R. S. Chem. , 1977, 1 1 1 . J. A. -V. Roschenthaler, and R. Schmutzler, 2. , 1977, 32b, 599. T. Kawashima and N. Inamoto, Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan, 1976,49, 1924. W. Zeiss, Angew. Chem. Internat. , 1976, 15, 555. 35 QuinquecovalentPhosphorus Compounds - M e F o R,NP-NSiK, I I R,SiN-PNR, + (MeCO), R = Me I ‘0 ‘P-NSiR, RN , I’ Me I N-PNR, R, Si (34) 0 , ) RzN Me: Me R . f-- Me,P-PMe, II + HF FCC1, Me,FP-NSiMe, I L c NSiMe, (Me, Si),N Me,SiN (37) Me (Me3si)2N,p/N\ \ yp=NSiMe, + MeN=P(NMe,), t Me, SiN-PFMe, __t a,/ P(NMe2)3 Me, SiN SiMe, (38) (37),25 and (38),26 the first penta-aminophosphorane.

C. Falk, J. Org. , 1976,41, 2928. S. -C. Lkpine, G. Aranda, and G. S. Chem. , 1976, 747. R. Neidlein and R. Mosebach, Arch. , 1976, 309, 707 (Chem. , 1977, 86, 106479). E. T. Michalski, M. Pakulski, and A. Skowronska, TetrahedronLetters, 1977, 2019. g. ~~ With phosphorus trichloride and triethylamine in dimethylacetamide these acids give the phosphoranes (86). H 47 48 49 S. A. Bone, S. Trippett, and P. J. S. Perkin I, 1977, 437. M. Brazier, D. Houalla, A. Munoz,and R. S. Chem. ,1976,730. B. Garrigues, A.

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