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The compounds [(LR2Sn)2O] {R=CH3 (Me), n-C4H9(Bn); L=C6H5CH(OH)COO}were studied by thermogravimetric and differential scanning calorimetry in a dynamic atmosphere of helium. The thermal decomposition mechanisms are similar for both compounds and occur in two consecutive steps. The TG curves of the complexes suggest the liberation of the ligand L in the first step, with probable formation of a tin oxide R2SnO intermediate. At the end of the second step free tin is obtained in accordance with the stoichiometry of the related compounds. An inverse relation betweenΔH fusion and solubility of the compounds suggests a polymeric structure for the compound with Bn ligand in relation to the compound with M ligand.

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. 9 168 175 Gabbianelli, R., Falcioni, G., Lupidi, G. (2001) Effect of organotin compounds on trout AMP deaminases. Appl. Organ. Chem. 15, 1

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reactivity of the organotin compound with the metallic surface. It has been deeply studied that when SnBu 4 reacts with a metal (M = Pt, Rh, Ni, etc.) particle, the tin complex migrates from the silica surface to the metal surface where it reacts with the

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