IJCRR - 8(1), January, 2016
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF DIPHENYLTIN (IV) COMPLEXES WITH CYCLOPROPANE AND CYCLOPENTANE CARBOXYLIC ACIDS
Author: Tanzeel Ur Rehman, Misbah Zahid
Aim: Compounds of diphenyltin carboxylates were prepared by using two different ligands i.e. cyclopropane and cyclopentane. Materials and Method: Solvent used for this purpose in CDCl3. The NMR spectra of 13C and 119Sn of CDCl3 solution of these compounds have been recorded. FTIR spectra are also recorded. CHNS analysis has been done to record the percentage of carbon and hydrogen in these compounds. Results: NMR and FTIR spectra are recorded and percentage of carbon and hydrogen was obtained by using elemental analysis. Conclusions: The values of the chemical shifts of the diphenyltin group give the proof that these compounds are monomeric species within the solutions no matter of their structure within the solid state.
Keywords: Diphenyltin carboxylates, Cyclopropane, Cyclopentane, FTIR spectra
Tanzeel Ur Rehman, Misbah Zahid. SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF DIPHENYLTIN (IV) COMPLEXES WITH CYCLOPROPANE AND CYCLOPENTANE CARBOXYLIC ACIDS International Journal of Current Research and Review. 8(1), January, 46-50
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