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|Title||Synthesis of Silylaniline Precursors to Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Polymers|
|Abstract||A broad spectrum of derivative chemistry has originated from the study of boron compounds containing silicon-nitrogen functional groups. Small molecules that contain various silicon-nitrogen moieties are synthetically useful due to the reactivity of the Si-N bond. Some of our current research is focused on the development of a variety of 4- substituted aniline derivatives containing one or more silicon-nitrogen bonds. These molecules hold potential as precursors to novel organic-inorganic hybrid polymeric systems involving alternating borazine (-BR-NR'-) and phenylene (-C6H4-) moieties. The work presented here involves the synthesis, purification, and characterization of a small library of silylaniline derivatives.|
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