Complexes of palladium and 1,2-bis(arylimino)acenaphthenes (Ar-BIAN) are important catalysts for the polymerization reaction of olefins. In many studies divalent palladium complexes have been employed as catalyst precursors. Thus, most of the attention was devoted to the synthesis and study of alkene complexes of palladium (II). However also zerovalent palladium complexes have an important role either as precursors or active species. The complexes with the formula Pd(Ar-BIAN)(eta2-olefin) can only be synthesized by reacting the Ar-BIAN with a suitable Pd(0) precursor, as Pd(dibenzylideneacetone)2, followed by exchange of the alkene with another suitably substituted olefin. The reaction is efficient only if the second olefin bears an electron-withdrawing group. Recently we started an extensive study about the synthesis, the reactivity and the electrochemical behaviour of a reduced form of Ar-BIANs, the Ar-BIANH2 compounds. Taking advantage of the reducing power of the Ar-BIANH2 we developed an alternative synthetic strategy for the preparation of Pd(Ar-BIAN)(eta2-olefin) complexes in which reduction of a palladium (II) precursor, complexation of the chelating diimine and coordination of the olefin take place at the same time, eliminating the need for a palladium (0) precursor and opening the way to the use of less electron-deficient olefins.

One Pot Synthesis of Zerovalent Palladium – Olefin Complexes from Palladium (II) Carboxylates with Reduced 1,2-Bis(arylimino)acenaphthenes (Ar-BIANH2) / F. Ferretti, M. Viganò, E. Gallo, F. Ragaini. ((Intervento presentato al 41. convegno Congresso Nazionale della Divisione di Chimica Inorganica della Società Chimica Italiana tenutosi a Parma nel 2013.

One Pot Synthesis of Zerovalent Palladium – Olefin Complexes from Palladium (II) Carboxylates with Reduced 1,2-Bis(arylimino)acenaphthenes (Ar-BIANH2)

F. Ferretti
Primo
;
E. Gallo
Penultimo
;
F. Ragaini
Ultimo
2013

Abstract

Complexes of palladium and 1,2-bis(arylimino)acenaphthenes (Ar-BIAN) are important catalysts for the polymerization reaction of olefins. In many studies divalent palladium complexes have been employed as catalyst precursors. Thus, most of the attention was devoted to the synthesis and study of alkene complexes of palladium (II). However also zerovalent palladium complexes have an important role either as precursors or active species. The complexes with the formula Pd(Ar-BIAN)(eta2-olefin) can only be synthesized by reacting the Ar-BIAN with a suitable Pd(0) precursor, as Pd(dibenzylideneacetone)2, followed by exchange of the alkene with another suitably substituted olefin. The reaction is efficient only if the second olefin bears an electron-withdrawing group. Recently we started an extensive study about the synthesis, the reactivity and the electrochemical behaviour of a reduced form of Ar-BIANs, the Ar-BIANH2 compounds. Taking advantage of the reducing power of the Ar-BIANH2 we developed an alternative synthetic strategy for the preparation of Pd(Ar-BIAN)(eta2-olefin) complexes in which reduction of a palladium (II) precursor, complexation of the chelating diimine and coordination of the olefin take place at the same time, eliminating the need for a palladium (0) precursor and opening the way to the use of less electron-deficient olefins.
palladium complex; bis-imine; 1,2-bis(arylimino)acenaphthenes; zerovalent palladium
Settore CHIM/03 - Chimica Generale e Inorganica
Società Chimica Italiana
One Pot Synthesis of Zerovalent Palladium – Olefin Complexes from Palladium (II) Carboxylates with Reduced 1,2-Bis(arylimino)acenaphthenes (Ar-BIANH2) / F. Ferretti, M. Viganò, E. Gallo, F. Ragaini. ((Intervento presentato al 41. convegno Congresso Nazionale della Divisione di Chimica Inorganica della Società Chimica Italiana tenutosi a Parma nel 2013.
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