Reactivity of Phosphanylphosphinidene Complex of Tungsten(VI) toward Phosphines: A New Method of Synthesis of catena-Polyphosphorus Ligands
The reactivity of an anionic phosphanylphosphinidene complex of tungsten(VI), [(2,6-i-Pr2C6H3N)2(Cl)- W(η2-t-Bu2P=P)]Li·3DME toward PMe3, halogenophosphines, and iodine was investigated. Reaction of the starting complex with Me3P led to formation of a new neutral phosphanylphosphinidene complex, [( 2,6-i-Pr2C6H3N)2(Me3P)W(η2-t-Bu2P=P)]. Reactions with halogenophosphines yielded new catena-phosphorus complexes. From reaction with...
An investigation on the chemistry of the R2P=P ligand: reactions of a phosphanylphosphinidene complex of tungsten(VI) with electrophilic reagents
The nucleophilic properties of the title compound [(2,6-i-Pr2C6H3N)2(Cl)W(η2-t-Bu2PvP)]Li·3DME (1) were investigated in reactions with selected electrophilic reagents such as MeI, M(CO)5THF (M = Cr, Mo, W), AlCl3, and GaCl3. Methylation of 1 by MeI yields phosphanylphosphido complexes [(2,6-i-Pr2C6H3N)2W(X)(1,2-η-t-Bu2PvP–CH3)] (X = Cl, I) (2-Cl/2-I) with the formation of a new P–C bond. Moreover, 1 reacts with electrophilic compounds...
Bonding in Phosphanylphosphinidene Complexes of Transition Metals and their Correlation with Structures, 31 P NMR Spectra, and Reactivities
Theoretical studies of the bonding interactions and most important properties are carried out for isolable phosphanylphosphinidene complexes of transition metals. Three main types of phosphanylphosphinidene complexes are distinguished, based on the way in which the phosphanylphosphinidene ligand bonds to the metal center: (i) side-on complexes of platinum, where the R2Pβ–Pα ligand mimics structural features of free singlet phosphanylphosphinidenes...
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