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Triphenylsilane acts as a reactant or reagent for catalytic hydrogen deuterium exchange reactions of silanes, to be oxidized by carbon nanotube-gold nanohybrids, for hydrolysis by ruthenium complexes, for hydrosilylation to produce enolsilanes, for synthesis of bromosilanes, for ozone oxidation of silyl-alkenes for synthesis of α-O-silylated acyloin derivatives. It is used to synthesize hydrido silyl and bis(silyl) bis(imidazolinylidene) nickel complexes.
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Jubi John; Edmond Gravel; Agnès Hagège; Haiyan Li; Thierry Gacoin; Eric Doris. Catalytic oxidation of silanes by carbon nanotube-gold nanohybrids. Angewandte Chemie. International edition in English.2011, 50 (33), 7533-7536.
Gefahrenhinweise (EU): H315-H319-H335
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