[Pd2(mu-PCy2)(mu,eta3-C3H5)(PCy2H)2] reacts with an excess of PhSH to yield the mononuclear complex trans-[Pd(SPh)2(PCY2H)2] which was completely characterized by solution multinuclear NMR spectroscopy and by a single-crystal X-ray diffraction experiment. Crystal data: for trans-[Pd(SPh)2(PCy2H)2]: triclinic, space group P1BAR, a = 10.061(3), b = 13.733(3), c = 14.398(4) angstrom, alpha = 86.46(4), beta = 72.07(2), gamma = 76.57(4)-degrees, U = 1840.9(9) angstrom3, Z = 2, d(calc) = 1.301 g cm-1, R = 0.064, R' = 0.050.

DISRUPTION OF THE PD(I)-PD(I) DINUCLEAR STRUCTURE BY REACTION OF [PD2(MU-PCY2)(MU-ETA-3-C3H5)(PCY2H)2] WITH BENZENETHIOL - FORMATION AND X-RAY AND NMR CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANS-[PD(SPH)2(PCY2H)2] / M. Pasquali, F. Marchetti, P. Leoni, T. Beringhelli, G. D'Alfonso. - In: GAZZETTA CHIMICA ITALIANA. - ISSN 0016-5603. - 123:11(1993), pp. 659-664.

DISRUPTION OF THE PD(I)-PD(I) DINUCLEAR STRUCTURE BY REACTION OF [PD2(MU-PCY2)(MU-ETA-3-C3H5)(PCY2H)2] WITH BENZENETHIOL - FORMATION AND X-RAY AND NMR CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANS-[PD(SPH)2(PCY2H)2]

T. Beringhelli
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G. D'Alfonso
Ultimo
1993

Abstract

[Pd2(mu-PCy2)(mu,eta3-C3H5)(PCy2H)2] reacts with an excess of PhSH to yield the mononuclear complex trans-[Pd(SPh)2(PCY2H)2] which was completely characterized by solution multinuclear NMR spectroscopy and by a single-crystal X-ray diffraction experiment. Crystal data: for trans-[Pd(SPh)2(PCy2H)2]: triclinic, space group P1BAR, a = 10.061(3), b = 13.733(3), c = 14.398(4) angstrom, alpha = 86.46(4), beta = 72.07(2), gamma = 76.57(4)-degrees, U = 1840.9(9) angstrom3, Z = 2, d(calc) = 1.301 g cm-1, R = 0.064, R' = 0.050.
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