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iron oxide & S/P reactions
« on: August 27, 2004, 10:17:58 AM »
I am investigating the reactions of Iron oxide with sulphur/phosphorous compounds.

If I have a compound S=P(SR)(OR)2 and iron oxide, would the oxygen bind through the S in the S=P ?

would the S act as a Lewis base? (or acid)

if the reaction were done under extreme pressure/temperature, the reaction would proceed to form iron sulphide and/or iron phosphate/phosphite (i guess) - any ideas how this would occur?

many thanks,


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