Depending upon the experimental conditions, Cy(2)PH reacts with [Pd(eta(5)-C5H5)(eta(3)-C3H5)] (1) giving different Pd-1 dimers. [Pd-2(mu L-PCy(2))(mu,eta(3)-C3H5)(PCy(2)H)(2)] (2) can be isolated in high yield when performing the reaction with low ratios of phosphine to 1 in acetone, where complex 2 is only sparingly soluble. Higher ratios of phosphine to 1 and apolar solvents favour the formation of the diphosphido-bridged dimer [{Pd(mu-PCy(2))(PCy(2)H)}(2)] (3); minor amounts of [Pd-2(mu-PCy(2))(2)(PCy(2)H)(PCy(2)allyl)] (4) and [{Pd(mu-PCy(2))(PCy(2)allyl)}(2)] (5) were obs erved as by-pro ducts of the reaction. Multinuclear NMR characterization of complexes 2-5 is reported.

NEW MONO-PHOSPHIDO-BRIDGED AND DI-PHOSPHIDO-BRIDGED PD-I DIMERS - FORMATION OF TERTIARY DIALKYL(ALLYL) PHOSPHINES FROM AN ALLYL COMPLEX WITH A SECONDARY PHOSPHINE / P. LEONI, M. PASQUALI, T. BERINGHELLI, G. D'ALFONSO, A. MINOJA. - In: JOURNAL OF ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 0022-328X. - 488:1-2(1995), pp. 39-45.

NEW MONO-PHOSPHIDO-BRIDGED AND DI-PHOSPHIDO-BRIDGED PD-I DIMERS - FORMATION OF TERTIARY DIALKYL(ALLYL) PHOSPHINES FROM AN ALLYL COMPLEX WITH A SECONDARY PHOSPHINE

T. BERINGHELLI;G. D'ALFONSO
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1995

Abstract

Depending upon the experimental conditions, Cy(2)PH reacts with [Pd(eta(5)-C5H5)(eta(3)-C3H5)] (1) giving different Pd-1 dimers. [Pd-2(mu L-PCy(2))(mu,eta(3)-C3H5)(PCy(2)H)(2)] (2) can be isolated in high yield when performing the reaction with low ratios of phosphine to 1 in acetone, where complex 2 is only sparingly soluble. Higher ratios of phosphine to 1 and apolar solvents favour the formation of the diphosphido-bridged dimer [{Pd(mu-PCy(2))(PCy(2)H)}(2)] (3); minor amounts of [Pd-2(mu-PCy(2))(2)(PCy(2)H)(PCy(2)allyl)] (4) and [{Pd(mu-PCy(2))(PCy(2)allyl)}(2)] (5) were obs erved as by-pro ducts of the reaction. Multinuclear NMR characterization of complexes 2-5 is reported.
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