Synthesis and Characterization of the SO2N3-, (SO2)2N3-, and SO3N3- Anions

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Christe, Karl O. ; Boatz, Jerry A. ; Gerken, Michael ; Haiges, Ralf ; Schneider, Stefan ; Schroer, Thorsten ; Tham, Fook S. ; Vij, Ashwani ; Vij, Vandana ; Wagner, Ross I. ; Wilson, William W.
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1021/ic020183l.s001
  • Subject: Biophysics | Biochemistry | Cell Biology | Inorganic Chemistry | Hematology | vibrational spectroscopy | results show | 2 N 3 | 1 mol | 2 group | 14 N NMR spectroscopy | Raman spectra | Teflon tube | bond | 2 solutions | Lewis acid | CsN 3 | azide anions | 3LYP | RHF | Slow loss | pF | 4 N 3 solutions | CCSD | CsSO 2 N 3 | 3 N 3 | room temperature | MP | Pure CsSO 3 N 3 | Lewis base N 3
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SO<sub>2</sub> solutions of azide anions are bright yellow, and their Raman spectra indicate the presence of covalently bound azide. Removal of the solvent at −64 °C from CsN<sub>3</sub> or N(CH<sub>3</sub>)<sub>4</sub>N<sub>3</sub> solutions produces yellow (SO<sub>... View more
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