The oxygenation reaction of the five-coordinated violet species ReO2I(PPh3)2 leads to isolation of two crystalline compounds, both characterized by X-ray diffraction analysis: the dark-red ReOI2(PPh3)2(OReO3) (1), which is the main product, and the yellow ReOI2(PPh3)(OPPh3)(OReO3)·0.5C6H6 (2). Compound 1 gives monoclinic crystals, space group C2/c, with a = 25.033(8), b = 16.944(5), c = 19.495(8) Å, β = 116.13(3)°, Z = 8. Compound 2 is monoclinic, space group P1/n, with a = 9.498(4), b = 25.048(8), c = 17.148(5) Å, β = 92.47(3)°, Z = 4. The structures of 1 and 2 were solved by Patterson and Fourier methods and refined by full-matrix least-squares, on the basis of 4229 (1) and 2672 (2) significant counter data (I > 3σ(I)), respectively. The final values of the conventional agreement indices R and Rw were 0.050 and 0.070 (1) and 0.033 and 0.039 (2), respectively. Both species contain a previously unexpected coordinated perrhenato ligand. The geometry of the two complexes is distorted octahedral: compound 1 contains two trans phosphine ligands (mean ReP= 2.513 Å) and two trans iodides (mean ReI 2.730 Å), the other two trans coordination sites being occupied by the oxide (ReO = 1.670(7) Å) and the perrhenate. Compound 2 shows a similar coordination geometry, with one of the phosphine ligands replaced by a phosphine oxide. The main bond parameters in 2 are: ReP 2.453(4) Å, ReI (mean) 2.727 Å, ReO(OPPh3) 2.075(9) Å, ReO (oxide) 1.639(9) Å. The interactions Re(V)-perrhenate are similar in the two complexes, with Re(V)O bonds of 2.031(6) Å (1) and 2.079(9) Å (2). The ReORe angles show some difference: 164.3(4)° (1) and 153.5(5)° (2). Within the perrhenates, the ReO bond involving the bridging oxygen atom is somewhat longer than the other ReO bonds. © 1986.

Rhenium(V) oxide complexes. Crystal and molecular structures of ReOI2(PPh3)2(OReO3) and of ReOI2(PPh3)(OPPh3)(OReO3)·0.5C6H6 obtained from the reaction of ReO2I(PPh3)2 with oxygen / G. Ciani, A. Sironi, T. Beringhelli, G. D'Alfonso, M. Freni. - In: INORGANICA CHIMICA ACTA. - ISSN 0020-1693. - 113:1(1986), pp. 61-65.

Rhenium(V) oxide complexes. Crystal and molecular structures of ReOI2(PPh3)2(OReO3) and of ReOI2(PPh3)(OPPh3)(OReO3)·0.5C6H6 obtained from the reaction of ReO2I(PPh3)2 with oxygen

G. Ciani;A. Sironi;T. Beringhelli;G. D'Alfonso;
1986

Abstract

The oxygenation reaction of the five-coordinated violet species ReO2I(PPh3)2 leads to isolation of two crystalline compounds, both characterized by X-ray diffraction analysis: the dark-red ReOI2(PPh3)2(OReO3) (1), which is the main product, and the yellow ReOI2(PPh3)(OPPh3)(OReO3)·0.5C6H6 (2). Compound 1 gives monoclinic crystals, space group C2/c, with a = 25.033(8), b = 16.944(5), c = 19.495(8) Å, β = 116.13(3)°, Z = 8. Compound 2 is monoclinic, space group P1/n, with a = 9.498(4), b = 25.048(8), c = 17.148(5) Å, β = 92.47(3)°, Z = 4. The structures of 1 and 2 were solved by Patterson and Fourier methods and refined by full-matrix least-squares, on the basis of 4229 (1) and 2672 (2) significant counter data (I > 3σ(I)), respectively. The final values of the conventional agreement indices R and Rw were 0.050 and 0.070 (1) and 0.033 and 0.039 (2), respectively. Both species contain a previously unexpected coordinated perrhenato ligand. The geometry of the two complexes is distorted octahedral: compound 1 contains two trans phosphine ligands (mean ReP= 2.513 Å) and two trans iodides (mean ReI 2.730 Å), the other two trans coordination sites being occupied by the oxide (ReO = 1.670(7) Å) and the perrhenate. Compound 2 shows a similar coordination geometry, with one of the phosphine ligands replaced by a phosphine oxide. The main bond parameters in 2 are: ReP 2.453(4) Å, ReI (mean) 2.727 Å, ReO(OPPh3) 2.075(9) Å, ReO (oxide) 1.639(9) Å. The interactions Re(V)-perrhenate are similar in the two complexes, with Re(V)O bonds of 2.031(6) Å (1) and 2.079(9) Å (2). The ReORe angles show some difference: 164.3(4)° (1) and 153.5(5)° (2). Within the perrhenates, the ReO bond involving the bridging oxygen atom is somewhat longer than the other ReO bonds. © 1986.
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