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Two new XP(O)[NHC(CH3)3]2 phosphoramidates, with X = (CH3)2N and [(CH3)3CNH]2P(O)(O)

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In N,N′‐di‐tert‐butyl‐N′′,N′′‐dimethylphosphoric triamide, C10H26N3OP, (I), and N,N′,N′′,N′′′‐tetra‐tert‐butoxybis(phosphonic diamide), C16H40N4O3P2, (II), the extended structures are mediated by P(O)...(H—N)2 interactions. The asymmetric unit of (I) consists of six independent molecules which aggregate through P(O)...(H—N)2 hydrogen bonds, giving R 2 1(6) loops and forming two independent chains parallel to the a axis. Of the 12 independent tert‐butyl groups, five are disordered over two different positions with occupancies ranging from to . In the structure of (II), the asymmetric unit contains one molecule. P(O)...(H—N)2 hydrogen bonds give S(6) and R 2 2(8) rings, and the molecules form extended chains parallel to the c axis. The structures of (I) and (II), along with similar structures having (N)P(O)(NH)2 and (NH)2P(O)(O)P(O)(NH)2 skeletons extracted from the Cambridge Structural Database, are used to compare hydrogen‐bond patterns in these families of phosphoramidates. The strengths of P(O)[...H—N] x (x = 1, 2 or 3) hydrogen bonds are also analysed, using these compounds and previously reported structures with (N)2P(O)(NH) and P(O)(NH)3 fragments.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 15, 2012

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