Diiodosilane CAS#: 13760-02-6; ChemWhat Code: 1415106

IdentificationPhysical DataSpectra
Route of Synthesis (ROS)Safety and HazardsOther Data

Identification

Product NameDiiodosilane
Molecular Structurestructure of Diiodosilane CAS 13760-02-6
CAS Registry Number 13760-02-6
MDL NumberMFCD00075171
Synonyms3-Pyridinamin;3-Pyridinamine;3-Pyridinamine;pyridin-3-amine;T6NJ CZ;3- Aminopyridine;3-Amino-pyridine;3-pyridylamine;Amino-3 pyridine;m-Aminopyridine;MS/MS-1064463;Pyridin-3-ylamine;Pyridine, 3-amino-;β-Aminopyridine
462-08-8
Molecular FormulaI2Si 
Molecular Weight281.894
InChIInChI=1S/I2Si/c1-3-2  
InChI KeyRNRZLEZABHZRSX-UHFFFAOYSA-N  
Isomeric SMILES[Si](I)I  
Patent Information
Patent IDTitlePublication Date
JP2023/522969Method for preparing iodosilane and composition thereof2023
 WO2017/201456PREPARATION OF SI-H CONTAINING IODOSILANES VIA HALIDE EXCHANGE REACTION2017

Physical Data

AppearanceColorless to Yellow to Orange to Pink to Faint Red Liquid
Melting Point, °C Solvent (Melting Point)
-1
Boiling Point, °C
149.5
150
Density, g·cm-3Reference Temperature, °C
2.72920.5
2.7320
2.74515.5
2.74615.1
2.760510.8
2.7727
2.7775.1

Spectra

No data available


Route of Synthesis (ROS)

Route of Synthesis (ROS) of CAS 13760-02-6

Route of Synthesis (ROS) of CAS Diiodosilane CAS 13760-02-6

ConditionsYield
In pentane at -70 – 35℃; for 16h; Temperature; Solvent; Inert atmosphere; Large scale;77%
at 40℃; under 1277.21 – 2311.54 Torr; for 0.08h; Temperature;

Experimental Procedure
This example demonstrates a method of the invention in which dichlorosilane is converted to diiodosilane. (0079) [0034] A jacketed vertical stainless-steel tube, measuring 29 inches long with a diameter of 0.5 inches, was plumbed from the bottom outlet to a glass round bottom flask with a skin temperature maintained at 100 °C. The flask was equipped with a tap water condenser which was vented to a dry ice cooled stainless steel canister. The tube jacket was maintained at 40 °C by recirculating a temperature controlled fluid. The system was purged with nitrogen and the tube was loaded with 80 g of anhydrous lithium iodide. 402 g of dichlorosilane was fed to the top end of the tube at such a rate as to achieve a residence time inside of the tube of 4.8 minutes while maintaining a back pressure of 10-30 psig. Once the internal temperature of the eluent flask was within 5 °C of the skin temperature the mixture was transferred to a distillation apparatus consisting of a round bottom flask equipped with a magnetic stirrer, and fitted with an 8 inch column packed with glass packing. The distillation column was equipped with a tap water condenser. The pressure of the distillation system was reduced to 30 mmHg and the pot was heated until the temperature above the column began to rise indicating the complete removal of dichlorosilane. 45.3 g of diiodosilane was isolated from the distillation bottom in 99.7% purity as indicated by GC-TCD.

Safety and Hazards

No data available


Other Data

TransportationUnder the room temperature and away from light
HS Code
StorageUnder the room temperature and away from light
Shelf Life1 year
Market Price
Druglikeness
Lipinski rules component
Molecular Weight283.91
logP2.237
HBA0
HBD0
Matching Lipinski Rules4
Veber rules component
Polar Surface Area (PSA)0
Rotatable Bond (RotB)0
Matching Veber Rules2
Use Pattern
Diiodosilane CAS#: 13760-02-6 can be used as coupling agents, surfactants, and catalysts.

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