Reactivity patterns of thermally stable, terminal, electrophilic phosphinidene complexes towards diazoalkanes: oxidation at the phosphorus centre and formation of P-bound η1-phosphaazine, η1-phosphaalkene and η3-diazaphosphaallene complexes

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DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.1039/b512375e
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Journal titleChemical Communications
Issue47
Pages58905892; # of pages: 3
AbstractThe thermally stable, terminal phosphinidene complexes [Cp[dagger]M(CO)2([small eta]1-PNiPr2)]AlCl4(Cp[dagger]= Cp, Cp*; M = Fe) and [Cp*M(CO)3([small eta]1-PNiPr2)]AlCl4(M = Cr, Mo, W) react with Ph2C[double bond, length as m-dash]N[double bond, length as m-dash]N to form terminal P-coordinated [small eta]1-phosphaazine and [small eta]3-diazaphosphaallene ligands, respectively, whereas [CpFe(CO)2([small eta]1-PNiPr2)]AlCl4 reacts with Me3SiCHN2 affording a terminal phosphorus bound [small eta]1-phosphaalkene complex.
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