The platinum(I) dinuclear carbonyl [Pt-2(mu -PBu2t)(2)((PBu2H)-H-t)(CO)] (1) reacts with organic isonitriles RNC (R = p-tolyl, Bu-t, PhCH2), yielding the mono- and disubstituted derivatives [Pt-2(mu -PBu2t)(2)((PBu2H)-H-t)(CNR)] (2, R = p-tolyl; 3, R = Bu-t; 4, R = PhCH2) and [Pt(mu -PBu2t)(CNR)](2) (5, R = p-tolyl; 6, R = Bu-t; 7, R = PhCH2). Only with the aromatic isonitrile does the reaction proceed through two further well-separated steps, giving [Pt-2(mu -PBu2t){mu,eta (2)-P(Bu-2(t))C(=NAr)}(CNAr)(2)] (8) and [Pt{mu,eta (2)-P(Bu-2(t))C(=NAr)}(CNAr)](2) (9). These arise from the unprecedented reversible isonitrile insertion into the M-P bonds of the phosphido-bridges. When 8 or 9 are reacted with CF3SO3H, the cyclic carbenes [Pt-2(mu -PBu2t){mu,eta (2)-P(Bu-2(t))C(NHAr)}(CNAr)(2)]CF3SO3 (10) and [Pt{mu,eta (2)-P(Bu-2(t))C(NHAr)}(CNAr)](2) (CF3SO3)(2) (11) are respectively formed. The crystal and molecular structures of complexes 8 and 11 were solved by X-ray diffraction.

The first examples of isonitrile insertion into a phosphido bridge and the crystal and molecular structures of [Pt2(mu-P(t)Bu2){mu,eta2-P(t)Bu-2)C(=NAr)}(CNAr)2] and [Pt{mu,eta2-P(t)Bu-2)C (NHAr)}(CNAr)]2(CF3SO3)2 (Ar = p-tolyl)

LEONI, PIERO;PASQUALI, MARCO;
2000

Abstract

The platinum(I) dinuclear carbonyl [Pt-2(mu -PBu2t)(2)((PBu2H)-H-t)(CO)] (1) reacts with organic isonitriles RNC (R = p-tolyl, Bu-t, PhCH2), yielding the mono- and disubstituted derivatives [Pt-2(mu -PBu2t)(2)((PBu2H)-H-t)(CNR)] (2, R = p-tolyl; 3, R = Bu-t; 4, R = PhCH2) and [Pt(mu -PBu2t)(CNR)](2) (5, R = p-tolyl; 6, R = Bu-t; 7, R = PhCH2). Only with the aromatic isonitrile does the reaction proceed through two further well-separated steps, giving [Pt-2(mu -PBu2t){mu,eta (2)-P(Bu-2(t))C(=NAr)}(CNAr)(2)] (8) and [Pt{mu,eta (2)-P(Bu-2(t))C(=NAr)}(CNAr)](2) (9). These arise from the unprecedented reversible isonitrile insertion into the M-P bonds of the phosphido-bridges. When 8 or 9 are reacted with CF3SO3H, the cyclic carbenes [Pt-2(mu -PBu2t){mu,eta (2)-P(Bu-2(t))C(NHAr)}(CNAr)(2)]CF3SO3 (10) and [Pt{mu,eta (2)-P(Bu-2(t))C(NHAr)}(CNAr)](2) (CF3SO3)(2) (11) are respectively formed. The crystal and molecular structures of complexes 8 and 11 were solved by X-ray diffraction.
Cristofani, S; Leoni, Piero; Pasquali, Marco; Eisentraeger, F; Albinati, A.
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