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Lo' M. Sinibaldi, J . , 1973,76,280. l o 6 D. Schwarzenbach, Hell). Chim. Acta, 1972. 55, 2990. lo' G. Perrault, C. Boucher, J. Vicat, E. Cannillo. and G. , 1973. B29, 1432. l o 8 L. Dauerman and G . E. Salser, J . Inorg. , 1973, 35, 304. '~~ A new and cubic phase of KTi,(POJ, has been prepared which is isotypic with langbeinite. "' The system Ti0,-Cr,O,-SO,-H,O in 80% H,SO, has been studied at its boiling point and shown to form a range of double salts (Ti0,),(Cr02),S0, (n = 0 . 1 4 . r. ' l4 Light-scattering data have been obtained'15 which support the formation of Ti(S0J2,MS0, (M = Ca or Ba) double salts from their constituents dissolved in 98 % H'SO,.
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R. 147 N-Donor Ligands. (Me,Si),N reacts with TiCl, to yield the novel heterocyclic [Cl,TiNSiMe,],, isolated as orange c r y ~ t a 1 s . ' 5 0 TiX4,n(3-cyanopyridine)(X = C1 or Br and n = 1 or 2) complexes have been prepared from their constituent molecules by mixing in a chlorinated hydrocarbon solvent. r. ' 5 1 The complexes TiCl,L, have been characterized, where L is a unidentate, aromatic Schiff base derived from benzaldehyde, anisaldehyde, or salicylaldehyde and amines such as aniline, o-, m-,or p-toluidine or other substituted anilines.