Atomistry » Silicon » Chemical Properties » Silicon Di-imide
Atomistry »
  Silicon »
    Chemical Properties »
      Silicon Di-imide »

Silicon Di-imide, Si(NH)2

Silicon Di-imide, Si(NH)2, is formed from the tetramide by loss of ammonia:

Si(NH2)4 = Si(NH)2 + 2NH3,

which commences above 0° C. and is complete at 120° C. It is also produced by the action of liquid ammonia on silicon disulphide or thio-chloride, and may be isolated from the product of the action of gaseous ammonia on silicon tetrachloride.

Silicon di-imide is a white, infusible, amorphous powder, stable towards moderate heat in absence of air; it is basic, forming the white hydrochloride Si(NH)2.2HCl. Water hydrolyses it to silicic acid and ammonia.

Last articles

Zn in 7RE3
Zn in 7RDX
Zn in 7RDZ
Zn in 7RWM
Zn in 7PGU
Zn in 7PGR
Zn in 7PGT
Zn in 7PGS
Zn in 7SQE
Zn in 7RWK
© Copyright 2008-2020 by atomistry.com
Home   |    Site Map   |    Copyright   |    Contact us   |    Privacy