The complexes [M(η3-C4H7)(SnCl3)(CO)] [C4H7 = 2-methylallyl, M = Pt(1) or Pd(2)] have been prepared and characterized. Their solution behaviour has been studied by n.m.r. spectroscopy, the compounds being dynamic through dissociation of the CO ligand. The X-ray structures of (1) and (2) are reported. Complex (2) is the first mononuclear palladium carbonyl to be characterized by X-ray diffraction. The different stabilities of the two isostructural complexes are correlated with the subtle differences in bonding observed in the crystal structures.

Crystallographic and nuclear magnetic resonance studies of carbonyl(η3-methylallyl)(trichlorostannyl) complexes of platinum(II) and palladium(II) / M. Grassi, S. V. Meille, A. Musco, R. Pontellini, A. Sironi. - In: JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY DALTON TRANSACTIONS. - ISSN 0300-9246. - :4(1989), pp. 615-621.

Crystallographic and nuclear magnetic resonance studies of carbonyl(η3-methylallyl)(trichlorostannyl) complexes of platinum(II) and palladium(II)

A. Sironi
1989

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The complexes [M(η3-C4H7)(SnCl3)(CO)] [C4H7 = 2-methylallyl, M = Pt(1) or Pd(2)] have been prepared and characterized. Their solution behaviour has been studied by n.m.r. spectroscopy, the compounds being dynamic through dissociation of the CO ligand. The X-ray structures of (1) and (2) are reported. Complex (2) is the first mononuclear palladium carbonyl to be characterized by X-ray diffraction. The different stabilities of the two isostructural complexes are correlated with the subtle differences in bonding observed in the crystal structures.
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