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Different modes of reaction of lithium phosphides with Cp*M(NO)(X)Cl complexes of molybdenum tungsten

TitleDifferent modes of reaction of lithium phosphides with Cp*M(NO)(X)Cl complexes of molybdenum tungsten
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsLegzdins, P, Ross, KJ, Sayers, SF, Rettig, SJ
JournalOrganometallics
Volume16
Pagination190-196
Date PublishedJan
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number0276-7333
KeywordsISOMERIZATION, LIGAND, {BONDS
Abstract

{Treatment of Cp*M(NO)(X)Cl complexes (M = Mo, W; X, = CH(2)SiMe(3), CH(2)CMe(3), NHCMe(3), OCMe(3), Cl) with lithium phosphides can result in one of three different types of reactions. Some reactions involve the starting material undergoing metathesis of a chloro ligand, and others effect reduction of the organometallic reactant, while a third class results in a scrambling of the ligands of the starting complex. Reactions of CP*M(NO)(X)Cl with LiPPh(2) lead to formation of the respective phosphido-containing complexes Cp*M(NO)(X)(PPh(2)) [M = W

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