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Triphenylsilanol is used as a water surrogate for regioselective Pd catalyzed allylations. A thick on germanium substrates have been produced by the electron bombardment of an evaporated thin film of triphenylsilanol.
Ramachandran Azhakar,; Rajendra S. Ghadwal,; Herbert W. Roesky,; Markus Granitzk,; Dietmar Stalke. Reactivity Studies of a Stable N-Heterocyclic Silylene with Triphenylsilanol and Pentafluorophenol. Organometallics. 2012 31 15), pp 5506-5510.
T P Woodman. The formation of thin films of silica by the electron bombardment of triphenylsilanol . British Journal of Applied Physics. year of publication , 16 (3), pg no.
Reaction with CrO 3 leads readily to bis(triphenylsilyl) chromate which acts as a catalyst in the oxidation of silyl ethers to ketones by t-butyl hydroperoxide: Synlett, 497 (1991).
Hazard Statements: H315-H319-H335
Causes skin irritation. Causes serious eye irritation. May cause respiratory irritation.
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