Accession Number : ADA135224
Title : Synthesis of Phosphorus-Nitrogen Polymers Using Si-N-P Reagents.
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.,
Corporate Author : TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIV FORT WORTH DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
Personal Author(s) : Wisian-Neilson,P ; Roy,A K ; Xie,Z M ; Neilson,R H
PDF Url : ADA135224
Report Date : 22 Nov 1983
Pagination or Media Count : 12
Abstract : Many small-molecule Si-N-P compounds of appropriate design can function as precursors to various oligomeric and polymeric P-N systems. For example, poly(dialkylphosphazenes), (R2PN)n, are readily obtained via the thermal condensation-polymerization of certain N-silylphosphinimines, Me3SiN=P(X)R2. In addition, novel 3-coordinate phosphorus-V compounds including the bis(imino)-phosphoranes, RP(=NSiMe3)2, can potentially lead to new polymers of formula (RPN) sub n, the phosphorus analogs of electrically conducting (SN) sub n. The synthesis of polyphosphazenes and their precursors and the synthesis of potential precursors to (RPN) sub n are discussed.
Descriptors : *Polymers, *Organic phosphorus compounds, *Synthesis(Chemistry), Silicon, Nitrogen, Phosphazene, Phosphine, Polymerization
Subject Categories : Polymer Chemistry
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE