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|Title:||Synthetic and X-ray structural and reactivity studies of Cp*Ru IV complexes containing bidentate dithiocarbonate, xanthate, carbonate, and phosphinate ligands (Cp* = η5-C 5Me5)||Authors:||Tay, E.P.L.
|Issue Date:||19-Feb-2007||Citation:||Tay, E.P.L., Seah, L.K., Weng, K.L., Lai, Y.G. (2007-02-19). Synthetic and X-ray structural and reactivity studies of Cp*Ru IV complexes containing bidentate dithiocarbonate, xanthate, carbonate, and phosphinate ligands (Cp* = η5-C 5Me5). Inorganic Chemistry 46 (4) : 1440-1450. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1021/ic061781t||Abstract:||The reaction of [Cp*RuCl2]2 (1; Cp* = η5-C5Me5) with tetraalkyldithiuram disulfides (R2NC(S)SS(S)CNR2, R = Me, Et), isopropylxanthic disulfide ([iPrOC(S)S]2), and bis(thiophosphoryl) disulfide ([(iPrO)2P(S)S]2) led to the isolation of dark-red crystalline solids of Cp*Ru IVCl2(η2-dithiolate) complexes [dithiolate = S2CNR2, DTCR (2a, R = Me; 2b, R = Et), S 2COiPr (3), and S2P(iPrO) 2 (4)]. Dichlorido substitution in 2 and 3 with DTCEt and S2COiPr anions yielded RuIV derivatives containing bis(DTC) and mixed DTC-dithiocarbonate ligands. These are the first organoruthenium complexes of such ligands. The reaction of monophosphines with 2a resulted in monochlorido substitution, whereas the analogous reaction with 3 resulted in displacement of both chlorido ligands and reduction of the metal center to RuII. Reduction at Ru was also observed in the reaction of 2a with [CpCr(CO)3]2. Of these complexes, only 2 and 3 are air-stable in the solid state for an extended period. All of the complexes have been spectrally characterized, and selected compounds are also crystallographically characterized. © 2007 American Chemical Society.||Source Title:||Inorganic Chemistry||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/95181||ISSN:||00201669||DOI:||10.1021/ic061781t|
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