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Complexes of platinum containing triphenylphosphine and substituted phenylacetylene ligands.

Christopher D. Cook

Complexes of platinum containing triphenylphosphine and substituted phenylacetylene ligands.

by Christopher D. Cook

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Note Syntheses and Crystal Structures of Ruthenium-Salen Complexes Containing Triphenylphosphine Ligands Yan Li a,b,QingMaa,b, Hua-Tian Shib,QunChena, and Qian-Feng Zhanga,b a School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Changzhou University, Jiangsu , P. R. ChinaCited by: 1. The organometallic chemistry of transition metals is comparatively new. Although an ethylene complex of platinum called Zeise's salt, K[PtCl 3 (C 2 H 4)], tetracarbonylnickel, Ni(CO) 4, and pentacarbonyliron, Fe(CO) 5, which today are classified as organometallic compounds, were prepared in the 19th century, their bonding and structures were.

Those complexes act as catalysts of the oxidation of PPh 3 by dioxygen at temperature of about К [12, 13]. The rate of oxidation of triphenylphosphine in the system catalyst—PPh 3 —0 2 —CH 3 CN depends on properties of the X~ anions bonded to triphenylphosphine oxide iron complexes and increases in the order v(C\) File Size: 2MB. Gold(I) complexes containing ionic phosphine ligands with a cobaltocenium backbone Article (PDF Available) in Transition Metal Chemistry 34(1) February with 39 Reads.

Dedicated to Henri Moissan on the occasion of the one hundredth anniversary of his discovery of the first fluorophosphine platinum complex, this review describes the recent interest, and developments in fluorophosphines as ligands for platinum group metals. The synthesis, structure, reactions, stability, and the potential of these compounds as homogeneous and . Phosphine Ligands • complexes of interest to the organometallic chemist as their phosphine complexes frequencies of a series of complexes of the type LNi(CO)3, containing different PR 3ligands. Tolman Electronic Parameter Lec 6 - Phosphine & Carbene LigandsFile Size: 1MB.


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Complexes of platinum containing triphenylphosphine and substituted phenylacetylene ligands by Christopher D. Cook Download PDF EPUB FB2

Oxidative addition of methyl iodide or iodine to [Pt{C 6 H 4 (P Ph 2)-2} 2] gives initially platinum(IV) complexes [PtI(R){C 6 H 4 (P Ph 2)-2} 2] (R = Me or I) in which the added groups are mutually trans; in the final, stable products the added groups and the phosphorus atoms are, separately, mutually by: The reactions of hydrido- and low oxidation state-triphenylphosphine derivatives of the platinum metals with carboxylic acids are shown to afford a convenient general route to complexes containing monodentate or bidentate carboxylate ligands.

Convenient, single-stage syntheses have been devised for a range of important hydride- carbonyl- and nitrosyl- containing triphenylphosphine complexes of the platinum metals. The reactions are performed in homogeneous, alcoholic solutions from which the required products precipitate or crystallise cleanly; sodiumCited by: Synthesis of Heterobimetallic Fe−M (M = Ni, Pd, Pt) Complexes Containing the 1,1‘-Ferrocenedithiolato Ligand and Their Conversion to Trinuclear Complexes.

Inorganic Chemistry37 (25), Cited by: Previously reported, convenient, single-stage syntheses for important hydride, carbonyl, and nitrosyl containing triphenylphosphine complexes of the platinum group metals have been further improved by use of ethanolic potassium hydroxide or triethylamine in place of sodium borohydride as basic reducing by:   The reaction of TripSeSeTrip with [Pt(PPh 3) 2 (η 2 ‐C 2 H 4)] also provided 1 together with TripSeH, which reacts with [Pt(PPh 3) 2 (η 2 ‐C 2 H 4)] to give the hydrido selenolato platinum(II) complex by: Rational synthesis of dinuclear complexes of platinum(I) and platinum (PPh) which is shown by -ray crystallography to contain two -metallated triphenylphosphine ligands bridging a Pt–Pt bond [Pt–Pt (1)Å]; addition of iodine gives a salt [Pt(µ-l)(µ--CHPPh)(PPh)]l, the catio Rational synthesis of dinuclear complexes of.

All the complexes are characterized by the presence of a triphenylphosphine and two chloride ligands, while the other ligand is varied in the nature and in the relative position. Complex 1 was prepared by low temperature (−30 °C) addition reaction of diethylamine on cis-[PtCl 2 (PPh 3 Cited by: Ortho-Metallated triphenylphosphine chalcogenide complexes of platinum and palladium: Synthesis and catalytic activity Article (PDF Available).

The volumes in this continuing series provide a compilation of current techniques and ideas in inorganic synthetic chemistry. Includes inorganic polymer syntheses and preparation of important inorganic solids, syntheses used in the development of pharmacologically active inorganic compounds, small-molecule coordination complexes, and related compounds.

The polymerization of phenylacetylene in the presence of cis- and trans- (PPh 3) 2 Pt(;Ph) 2 has been studied at room temperature and at high temperature. In the first case complexes with the acetylide radical σ-bonded to the Pt atom were isolated, and are thought to be the initial intermediates in the linear polymerization of phenylacetylene which occurs at Cited by: Photochemistry of ethylene-bis(triphenylphosphine)platinum.

Journal of Organometallic Chemistry(2), DOI: /SX(00) R. Ugo, S. Cenini. Zerovalent platinum chemistry. Part X. Cluster compounds of platinum with triphenylphosphine as ligand and their reactions with carbon by: Polychlorophenyl-platinum(II) complexes containing triphenylphosphine.

Journal of Organometallic Chemistry(1), DOI: /SX(00)Cited by: The rates of chloride for triphenylphosphine substitution have been measured in dichloromethane for a series of cyclometalated [Pt(N−N−C)Cl] complexes containing a number of terdentate N−N−C anionic ligands, derived from deprotonated alkyl- phenyl- and benzylsubstituted 2,2‘-bipyridines.

These rates have been compared with those of the Cited by: Platinum(II) complexes containing unsaturated ligands. Nucleophilic substitution versus nucleophilic attack to ligand: A stereochemistry driven outcome Article in. The dinuclear palladium(0) and platinum(0) complexes of dba, and a number of derivatives wi substituted dba ligands, have been investigated by cyclic voltammetry.

65 Measurements were performed on DME solutions, M in tetra-n-butylammonium perchlorate, at K and K employing a V s −1 scan rate and an unspecified working electrode material.

Boris Bosch, Gerhard Erker and Roland Fröhlich, The synthesis of substituted bis[(diarylphosphinomethyl)cyclopentadienyl]zirconocene dichloride complexes for the preparation of heterodimetallic complexes containing early/late transition metal combinations, Inorganica Chimica Acta, (), ().

Platinum(II) complexes containing unsaturated ligands. Nucleophilic substitution versus nucleophilic attack to ligand: a stereochemistry driven outcome. Inorganica Chimica Acta. A new family of luminescent platinum(II) acetylide complexes and polymers were formed by the copper(I) catalyzed reaction of cis-[PtCl2(PR3)2](R = C6H5–p-CH3) with appropriate acetylide ligands.

When two moles of triphenylphosphine were used with the same quantity of palladium (II) acetylacetonate, the dicarbonyl complex Pd (CO)2 (PPh3)2 was not obtained, the main product being apparently Pd (CO) (PPh3)3 together with small quantities of [Pd3 (CO)3 (PPh3)3] and [Pd3 (CO)3 (PPh3)4].Cited by:.

Jacky Chi-Hung Chan, Wai Han Lam, Hok-Lai Wong, Nianyong Zhu, Wing-Tak Wong and Vivian Wing-Wah Yam, Diarylethene-Containing Cyclometalated Platinum(II) Complexes: Tunable Photochromism via Metal Coordination and Rational Ligand Design, Journal of the American Chemical Society, /jag,32, (), ().Cited by: Triphenylphosphine (IUPAC name: triphenylphosphane) is a common organophosphorus compound with the formula P(C 6 H 5) 3 - often abbreviated to P Ph 3 or Ph 3 P.

It is widely used in the synthesis of organic and organometallic compounds. PPh 3 exists as relatively air stable, colorless crystals at room temperature. It dissolves in non-polar organic solvents such as Chemical formula: C₁₈H₁₅P.1 H NMR spectra of all the complexes exhibit a multiplet around – ppm which confirms the protons of phenyl groups present in triphenylphosphine and Schiff base ligand.

A doublet observed at ppm in the complexes has been assigned to azomethine proton (–CH N–).Cited by: