Bis(bismuth) toluene inverted-sandwich complex supported by aminetris(phenoxide) ligands
Turner, L. E., Davidson, M. G., Jones, M. D., Ott, H., Schulz, V. S. and Wilson, P. J., 2006. Bis(bismuth) toluene inverted-sandwich complex supported by aminetris(phenoxide) ligands. Inorganic Chemistry, 45 (16), pp. 6123-6125.
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The reaction of bismuth amides or alkoxides with phenolic ligand precursors yields Bi complexes of aminetris( phenoxide) s, one of which was characterized by X-ray crystallography, revealing monomeric Bi units of the tetradentate NO3 ligand further associated via a symmetrical toluene bridge into a bis( bismuth) toluene inverted-sandwich complex. Synthesis of the analogous Sb complex suggests a markedly different geometric and electronic environment at the metal center, as evidenced by the solid-state molecular structure. Density functional theory calculations of the sandwich bismuth arene complex indicate the presence of a weak sigma(*)-2 pi interaction.
|Creators||Turner, L. E., Davidson, M. G., Jones, M. D., Ott, H., Schulz, V. S. and Wilson, P. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000239394300010|
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