|Title||Coordination chemistry, and catalytic conversions, of H2S|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1997|
|Journal||Pure and Applied Chemistry|
|Type of Article||Proceedings Paper|
|Keywords||ASPECTS, BIS(DIPHENYLPHOSPHINO)METHANE DPM, DINUCLEAR PALLADIUM(I) COMPLEXES, HYDROGEN-SULFIDE, LEWIS-ACIDS, Mechanistic, MOLECULAR-HYDROGEN, PHOSPHINE COMPLEXES, S-H, SULFUR-CONTAINING LIGANDS, TRANSITION-METAL COMPLEXES|
Some reactions of H2S with solutions of Pd- and Ru-phosphine complexes are described. The Pd systems involve sulfur abstraction and generation of H-2, catalytic conversions of H2S to H-2, and attempts to catalyse the (H2S –> H-2 + ’S’) reaction. The Ru studies have led to crystallographic characterisation of a reversibly formed H2S complex, as well as more familiar oxidative addition-type chemistry of H2S. This lecture/review naturally emphasises work carried out at this University (UBC).
|URL||<Go to ISI>://A1997YB87700028|