The synthesis of some organotin (IV) compounds in the melt- phase

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Department of Chemistry, University of Ilorin, PMB 1515, Ilorin, Nigeria

Abstract

The melt-phase synthesis of dioctyltin (IV) and triphenyltin (IV) benzoates were carried out
using stoichiometric amounts of benzoic acids and the corresponding organotin (IV) compounds.
The reagents were ground together in a mortar and fed into a boiling glass tube. A cannula tube
was inserted into the boiling tube to discharge accumulated gaseous products. A syringe ensured
a continuous flow of dry Nitrogen gas in the reaction vessel. The compounds are known using
wet Chemistry. Their syntheses via the melt-phase were in good yields. The physical properties
corresponded to those of the similar compounds prepared by wet chemistry. The IR, 1H and 13C
NMR data indicate that coordination to the tin atom is via carboxylate group.

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