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Angew Chem Int Ed Engl ; 56(27): 7944-7947, 2017 06 26.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-28493313


Low-temperature UV-photolysis of mesitylphosphiranes under highly anaerobic conditions leads to the formation of the triplet mesitylphosphinidene (MesP). The recorded X-band EPR spectrum of triplet MesP and the derived zero-field splitting parameter D=4.116 cm-1 differ significantly from those reported previously for this intermediate. New magnetic parameters of mesitylphosphinidene are discussed along with the results of DFT calculations.

Dalton Trans ; 45(5): 2053-9, 2016 Feb 07.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-26407302


In solution, nickel phosphanido hydride complexes ([NiH{P(Ar)(H)}(dtbpe)], Ar = Dmp, Mes*) undergo a degenerate intramolecular exchange, with the Ni-H and P-H hydrogens and both halves of the dtbpe moiety interchanging. This intramolecular rearrangement was shown to occur in three steps: first, the hydride proton migrates to phosphorus, then the P-Aryl moiety rotates around the P-Ni bond, and finally the back migration of one proton to Ni completes the process. Both migration and rotation were determined to be characterized by high barriers (on the NMR time scale) and to depend on the type of aryl group at the terminal phosphorus. Compared to that observed for the Ni complexes, the same isomeric preference, but with a slower rate of intramolecular rearrangement, is predicted for the corresponding Pt complexes. An opposite isomeric preference, however, is expected for the corresponding Pd complexes. Thus, it is likely that some of the catalytic reactions of Pd and Pt complexes are driven by the relative thermodynamic stabilities of their main forms.