Synthesis and crystal structures of triruthenium clusters containing phosphinidene ligands

Received: September 02, 2019; accepted: November 12, 2019

  • Taeko Kakizawa College of Science and Engineering, Kanto Gakuin University
Keywords: Cluster, X-ray crystal structure, Ruthenium, phosphinidene

Abstract

The manipulation of trinuclear ruthenium clusters [Ru3(CO)9(μ-H)23-PMes)] (1) with PH2Ph, in refluxing hexane, produces [Ru3(CO)8(PH2Ph)(μ-H)23-PMes)] (2) where PH2Ph coordinates as a terminal ligand. Cluster 2 gets converted to [Ru3 (CO)93-PMes)(μ3-PPh)] (3) when heated in a toluene solution in the presence of CO. This study provides the solutions of the X-ray structures for clusters 2 and 3.

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Published
2019-11-15
How to Cite
Kakizawa, T. (2019). Synthesis and crystal structures of triruthenium clusters containing phosphinidene ligands. Communications in Inorganic Synthesis, 7(1), 4-6. Retrieved from https://latinamres.org/ojs-cis/index.php/CIS/article/view/55
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