Inorganic Chemistry

New Hypercoordinating Organostannanes for the Modular Functionalization of Mono- and Polystannanes: Synthetic and Computational Studies

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Abstract

In this paper we outline two major findings. The first is that we describe how designer hypercoordinate stannanes can be made from simple substitutions, and by extension, designer tin polymers, at least partially, using these methods. The second is that using advanced DFT methods, 119Sn NMR frequencies have been accurately calculated for select hypercoordinate tin compounds. This accuracy provides a means for further investigation of an important bonding interaction in the solution phase, and is of significant interest to small molecule tin chemists.

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Supplementary Data for New Hypercoordinating Organostannanes for the Modular Functionalization of Mono- and Polystannanes: Synthetic and Computational Studies
NMR (1H, 13C, 119Sn), HRMS, UV-Vis, PXRD, and DFT optimization and DFT NMR calculations for select compounds of this study