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TUCK K [Al2Me (SCN)] > [Me 2 AlNCMe 2 ] 2 suggests the possibility of a "head-to-tail" bridged reaction intermediate (75) . T. T. N-bonded thiocyanate has also been observed in the complex [Me2 Ti nMe 3 Al(NCS) ] (76); with the K+ counterion, thiocyanate is S-bonded (77) . The [Μβ2Τ1][AlMeß(NCS)] salt has been prepared from T1SCN and AlMe 3 . 3T1SCN + 3AlMen ■ [Me2Tl][AlMe3NCS] + 2T1 + 2Me2AlSCN The coordination sphere about the Tl atom consists of the two methyl groups and four sulphur atoms in an essentially octahedral array.
Annual Reports in Inorganic and General Syntheses–1974 by Kurt Niedenzu