Does the ipso-carbon chemical shift tell us anything about the structure of phenylated phosphorus compounds?

The NMR signals exhibited by the ipso-carbon atoms of a variety of phenylated phosphorus compds., e.g., Ph5P, were found to span over the remarkably wide range of +162 to +117 ppm. Nevertheless, these changes in chem. shifts have little diagnostic value. They are tentatively attributed to a charge-mediated contraction and expansion of the C,P s-bond orbital on one hand and to a s-bond induced deformation of the arom. p-electron cloud on the other. [on SciFinder (R)]


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Heteroatom Chemistry, 2, 5, 515-19
Year:
1991
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CAN 116:83793
29-7
Organometallic and Organometalloidal Compounds
Inst. Chim. Org.,Univ. Lausanne,Lausanne,Switz.
Journal
1042-7163
written in English.
143-66-8; 603-34-9 (Triphenylamine); 791-28-6; 1779-49-3; 2588-88-7; 2751-90-8; 3151-19-7; 6399-81-1; 14580-93-9; 16999-47-6; 39654-93-8; 62126-57-2 Role: PRP (Properties) (NMR of, ipso-carbon chem. shift in relation to); 14762-74-4 Role: RCT (Reactant), RACT (Reactant or reagent) (nuclear magnetic resonance, of phenylated phosphorus compds., ipso-carbon chem. shift in relation to)
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