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標題: Formation of a dithiophosphinate ligand Ph2PS2 by sulfur insertion into the metal-phosphido bond on heterobimetallic phosphido-bridged complex Cp(CO)(2)W(mu-PPh2)Mo(CO)(5): A rare example of a neutral six-electron mixed-metal cluster with a Mo2WS4 core
作者: Hossain, M.M.
Lin, H.M.
Shyu, S.G.
關鍵字: x-ray structures;oxygen-atom transfer;nucleophile transfer-reactions;crystal-structures;molecular-structure;carbyne ligands;dimethyl;acetylenedicarboxylate;molybdenum enzymes;xanthine-oxidase;carbene;ligands
Project: Organometallics
期刊/報告no:: Organometallics, Volume 26, Issue 3, Page(s) 685-691.
摘要: 
Reflux of a dichloromethane solution of elemental sulfur and phosphido-bridged heterodinuclear complex Cp( CO)(2)W(mu- PPh2) Mo( CO)(5) ( 1) afforded Cp( S) W(mu- S)(2)Mo( S)( S2PPh2) ( 2) and a neutral six- electron mixed- metal incomplete cubane- like cluster, CpW(mu(3)- S)(mu- S)(2)Mo-2(mu- S)(mu- S2PPh2)( S2PPh2) 2 ( 3), together with known compounds Cp( CO)(3)W(mu- PPh2) Mo(CO)(5) and (CpW(S)(mu-S))(2). The electron- deficient 28e heterodinuclear complex 2 is stabilized via S(p(pi)) -> Mo( d) ligand- to- metal dative pi- bonding interactions. Room-temperature stirring of a THF solution of 2 and DMAD ( dimethyl acetylenedicarboxalate) yielded compounds Cp( S2C2( COOMe2))(2)W(mu- S)(2)Mo(O)( S2PPh2) ( 4) and Cp( S2C2( COOMe2)(2)) W(mu- S)(2)W(O) Cp ( 5). Compounds 2-5 were characterized by single- crystal X- ray diffraction analysis. Molecular structures of 2 and 3 reveal sulfur insertion into the metal-phosphido bond on 1, resulting in a dithiophosphinate ligand Ph2PS2. Formation of the C-S bonds in 4 and 5 has resulted through the reaction of sulfide ligands on 2 and DMAD.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/70895
ISSN: 0276-7333
DOI: 10.1021/om0608509
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