Tervalent phosphorus acid derivatives
Published:07 Mar 2016
M. M. Pereira, R. M. B. Carrilho, and M. J. F. Calvete, in Organophosphorus Chemistry: Volume 45, ed. D. W. Allen, D. Loakes, and J. C. Tebby, The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2016, vol. 45, pp. 51-98.
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This chapter covers the most relevant literature published during the year 2014, related to tervalent phosphorus acid derivatives. Some of the most relevant concepts are reported, regarding synthetic methodologies to halogenophosphorus compounds, phosphorus esters (phosphinite, phosphonite and phosphites), phosphorus amides (aminophosphines, phosphoramidites and diamidophosphites) and mixed phosphorus compounds bearing two different tervalent phosphorus moieties. A critical selection of their applications is briefly assessed, with an emphasis on the catalytic applications of ligands and metal complexes.