Isocyanide ligands RNC (R = 4-(MeO)C6H4-, PhCH2) react smoothly with trans-[Pt(mu-Cl)Cl(PPh3)](2) to afford trans-[PtCl2(PPh3)(CNR)] complexes, which are promptly converted, in solution, to the corresponding cis isomers. The obtained derivatives react with N,N-dialkylamines to afford the corresponding N-acyclic carbene (NAC) addition products. When alicyclic N,N-dialkylamine (R2NH, R=ethyl, benzyl) were used, only the expected neutral dichlorocarbene product cis-[PtCl2(PPh3)(R2NCN(H)R)] were obtained in high yields, while when cyclic amines (R'2N) over capH were used (morpholine, piperidine, pyrrolidine), variable amounts of ionic [PtCl(PPh3) ((R' 2N) over capH)((R' 2N) over cap CN(H)R)]Cl were observed, arising from the substitution of a residual chlorido ligand by the used amine. The amount of the ionic derivative observed depends on the amine nucleophilicity.

Addition of aliphatic, secondary amines to coordinated isonitriles. N-acyclic carbene (NAC) platinum(II) complexes from trans-[Pt(mu-Cl)Cl(PPh3)](2)

Labella, L;Marchetti, F;Samaritani, S
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2022-01-01

Abstract

Isocyanide ligands RNC (R = 4-(MeO)C6H4-, PhCH2) react smoothly with trans-[Pt(mu-Cl)Cl(PPh3)](2) to afford trans-[PtCl2(PPh3)(CNR)] complexes, which are promptly converted, in solution, to the corresponding cis isomers. The obtained derivatives react with N,N-dialkylamines to afford the corresponding N-acyclic carbene (NAC) addition products. When alicyclic N,N-dialkylamine (R2NH, R=ethyl, benzyl) were used, only the expected neutral dichlorocarbene product cis-[PtCl2(PPh3)(R2NCN(H)R)] were obtained in high yields, while when cyclic amines (R'2N) over capH were used (morpholine, piperidine, pyrrolidine), variable amounts of ionic [PtCl(PPh3) ((R' 2N) over capH)((R' 2N) over cap CN(H)R)]Cl were observed, arising from the substitution of a residual chlorido ligand by the used amine. The amount of the ionic derivative observed depends on the amine nucleophilicity.
2022
Farasat, A; Labella, L; Marchetti, F; Samaritani, S
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