Antimonial Analogues of the Cacodyl Series

G. T. Morgan, G. R. Davies
1926 Proceedings of the Royal Society A  
J Berle's experimental results for the supposed diamylstibine are given as follows: C = 45-13, 43-30, 44-83 ; H = 8*88, 9-01, 8-60, but on recalculating these percentages the numbers for his third carbon and hydrogen estimations were found to be C = 47 • 73, H = 8-91, whereas the theoretical values are C = 45-48, H = 8-34 per cent. Downloaded from raethylstibine dichloride with water, the solution being kept neutral by the occa sional addition of dilute alkali. A white amorphous product was
more » ... ous product was obtained, but the analytical results were not good. I t was proved to be methylstibine oxide by acting on it with hydriodic acid, when methylstibine di-iodide was produced.
doi:10.1098/rspa.1926.0030 fatcat:arroqna57jgcbdnxntyphsrg7u