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And 225', yielded CF3PHz in a 74% yield (331). , gave CFBPH2in nearly quantitative yield (331). A small yield of CF3PH2was also obtained when trifluoroiodomethane and phosphine were heated at 240' for 4 hr. (183). 004 22,302,427, 450,478 IIA,2; VIA VIA 22,478 22,478 429 22 427 22,396,478 6,295,302 392 392 392 392 22 427 302,388 392 22,309,475 130,218,333, 371a, 496 32,331 Ref. 5b dzo IIA, 1,2,6 n'," - 17. p. /mm. e t, *a z M d 0 Ci2 cc Em m v a + PhCH? 402 (130). 5"C is 45 mm. (331). ng. CF*PH?
M? (M = Li, Na, K), have been prepared (see IIIA, 2). Phenylphosphine also reacts with Grignard reagents with substitution of the hydrogen atoms by the MgX group (273). This reaction proceeds more smoothly when phenylmagnesium bromide is used (346) instead of ethylmagnesium bromide (273). It would seem that other primary phosphines react similarly with Grignard reagents; however, this has not been substantiated. 45 PRIMARY, SECONDARY AND TERTIARY PHOSPHINES 4. p. 78-81 '(9). The S 0 PhN=S=O + HJTh 4 t t or PhP-NHPh (PhNHSOPHPh) -+ PhP-NH-Ph \ '\ OH SH (VIII) (17) addition of primary phosphines to carbon-carbon double bonds (VIA) and carbonyl-containing compounds (VIR) is discussed in a separate chapter.