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|Title:||Reaction of Cp*Ir(CO)2 with activated perfluoroaromatic compounds: Formation of metallocarboxylic acids via aromatic nucleophilic substitution|
|Source:||Chan, P.K., Leong, W.K. (2008-03-24). Reaction of Cp*Ir(CO)2 with activated perfluoroaromatic compounds: Formation of metallocarboxylic acids via aromatic nucleophilic substitution. Organometallics 27 (6) : 1247-1253. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1021/om701078q|
|Abstract:||The reaction of Cp*Ir(CO)2 with activated perfluoroaromatic compounds such as pentafluoropyridine and -benzonitrile afforded the metallocarboxylic acids Cp*Ir(COOH)(L)(CO), L = C 5F4N or C6F4CN, respectively. The reaction probably proceeds via aromatic nucleophilic substitution followed by nucleophilic attack by water at one of the carbonyl ligands. © 2008 American Chemical Society.|
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