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- n. Plural form of phosphine.
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The second discovery on which Knowles 'pioneering work is based on, is Horner's and Mislow's syntheses of chiral phosphines, for example the enantiomer B shown in figure 3.
Inside the beasts, acids churned and the poisonous phosphines were readied.
Au (I), referred to as the aurous ion, is the most common oxidation state with soft phosphines.
Chemists have been searching for a way to streamline this synthesis by making phosphines directly from P4 and bypassing Cl2.
“That’s another theory… that abnormal digestive processes can generate phosphines, which, under the right conditions, can spontaneously combust.”