Novel primary phosphinecarboxamides derived from diamines

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Novel primary phosphinecarboxamides derived from diamines. / Faria, Erica N.; Jupp, Andrew R.; Goicoechea, Jose M.

In: Dalton Transactions, 28.04.2021.

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title = "Novel primary phosphinecarboxamides derived from diamines",
abstract = "We describe the synthesis of N-functionalised phosphinecarboxamides obtained by reaction of the 2-phosphaethynolate anion (PCO−) with diamines, specifically hydrazine, methylenediamine and ethylenediamine, in the presence of acid. The resulting neutral compounds can be deprotonated to generate phosphide anions that, when further reacted with electrophiles, form secondary phosphines.",
author = "Faria, {Erica N.} and Jupp, {Andrew R.} and Goicoechea, {Jose M.}",
year = "2021",
month = apr,
day = "28",
doi = "10.1039/D1DT01198G",
language = "English",
journal = "Dalton Transactions",
issn = "1477-9234",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",

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AU - Faria, Erica N.

AU - Jupp, Andrew R.

AU - Goicoechea, Jose M.

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N2 - We describe the synthesis of N-functionalised phosphinecarboxamides obtained by reaction of the 2-phosphaethynolate anion (PCO−) with diamines, specifically hydrazine, methylenediamine and ethylenediamine, in the presence of acid. The resulting neutral compounds can be deprotonated to generate phosphide anions that, when further reacted with electrophiles, form secondary phosphines.

AB - We describe the synthesis of N-functionalised phosphinecarboxamides obtained by reaction of the 2-phosphaethynolate anion (PCO−) with diamines, specifically hydrazine, methylenediamine and ethylenediamine, in the presence of acid. The resulting neutral compounds can be deprotonated to generate phosphide anions that, when further reacted with electrophiles, form secondary phosphines.

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DO - 10.1039/D1DT01198G

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JF - Dalton Transactions

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