The reactions of anhydrous Zr(IV), Nb(V) and W(VI) chloride with tetraphenylstibonium chloride and triphenylantimony dichloride have been studeid. Tetraphenylstibonium chloride was found to form ionic complexes with the anhydrous chlorides of metals whereas triphenylantimony dichloride formed adducts involving chlorine bridges. The complexes have been characterized by elemental analyses, IR spectra, conductivity and magnetic susceptibility measurements. Only tungsten(V) chloride was reduced when reacted with triphenylstibine.
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