Trip2C6H3SeF: the first isolated selenenyl fluoride
H. Poleschner, S. Ellrodt, M. Malischewski, J.-y. Nakatsuji, C.Rohner, K. Seppelt – 2012
The first examples of the highly instable selenenyl fluorides RSeF are prepared from the reaction on the tin selenide RSeSnMe3 with XeF2. Through the use of extremely large protecting groups (m‐terphenyl ligands) which stabilizes the RSeF units against disproportionation, the compounds could be isolated and characterized by NMR spectroscopy and single‐crystal structure analysis (see structure).