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    ISSN: 1434-1948
    Keywords: Heterobimetallics ; Hydride complexes ; Alkenyl complexes ; μ-Isonitrile complexes ; Silicon ; Iron ; Platinum ; Chemistry ; General Chemistry
    Source: Wiley InterScience Backfile Collection 1832-2000
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology
    Notes: The heterobimetallic hydride complexes [(OC)3Fe{Si(OMe)3}(μ-Ph2PXPPh2)Pt(H)(PR3)] (1a: X = CH2, PR3 = PPh3; 1b: X = NH, PR3 = PPh3; 1c: X = CH2, PR3 = PMePh2) have been prepared by the oxidative addition of [(OC)3Fe(H){Si(OMe)3}(η1-Ph2PXPPh2)] to [Pt(H2C=CH2)(PPh3)2] or by reaction of K[(OC)3Fe{Si(OMe)3}(η1-dppm)] with trans-[Pt(Cl)(H)(PPh3)2]. The solid-state structure of compound 1b has been determined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction. 1-Alkynes such as methylpropiolate or phenylacetylene insert in a regiospecific manner into the Pt-H bond of 1 to yield the σ-alkenyl complexes [(OC)3Fe{μ-Si(OMe)2(OMe)}(μ-Ph2PXPPh2)Pt{C(R)=CH2}] (2a: X = CH2, R = CO2Me; 2b: X = NH, R = CO2Me; 3a: X = CH2, R = Ph). Addition of the Pt-H bond of 3a across the triple bond of [D1]phenylacetylene affords [(OC)3Fe{μ-Si(OMe)2(OMe)}(μ-dppm)Pt{C(Ph)=C(D)H}] (3a*) having the deuteron trans to platinum (cis addition). This insertion reaction is accompanied by dissociation of the platinum-bonded PR3 ligand and saturation of the vacant coordination site by a dative μ-η2-Si-O→Pt interaction. When 3 is treated with PR3 again, a subsequent phosphane-induced rearrangement leading to vinylidene-bridged complexes [(OC)3Fe{μ-C=C(H)R′}(μ-Ph2PXPPh2)Pt(PR3)] (4a: X = CH2, R′ = Ph, PR3 = PPh3; 4b: X = NH, R′ = Ph, PR3 = PPh3; 4c: X = CH2, R′ = Ph, PR3 = PMePh2; 4d: X = CH2, R′ = p-tolyl, PR3 = PPh3) occurs. Upon purging a solution of 3a with carbon monoxide, the labile CO adduct [(OC)3Fe{Si(OMe)3}(μ-dppm)-Pt(CO){C(Ph)=CH2}] 5a is formed, addition of 2,6-xylyl isocyanide to 2a and 3a affords the isonitrile adducts [(OC)3Fe{Si(OMe)3}(μ-dppm)Pt(CNxylyl){C(R)=CH2}] (5b: R = CO2Me; 5c: R = Ph), respectively. When hydride complex 1a is allowed to react with stoichiometric amounts of aromatic isonitriles, formal elimination of HSi(OMe)3 occurs, yielding the heterodinuclear isonitrile-bridged complexes [(OC)3Fe(μ-C=N-R)(μ-dppm)Pt(PPh3)] (6a: R = 2,6-xylyl; 6b: R = o-anisyl; 6c: R = p-anisyl; 6d: R = p-C6H4NH2) and the bis(isonitrile) complexes [(OC)2(RN≡C)Fe(μ-C=N-R)(μ-dppm)Pt(PPh3)] (7a: R = 2,6-xylyl; 7b: R = p-anisyl). Single-crystal X-ray diffraction studies perfomed on 6a and 6b reveal that the molecular structures of these μ-isonitrile complexes closely resemble the μ-vinylidene complexes 4. The two metal centers are bridged in a symmetric manner by strongly bent CNR ligands, the aromatic groups R being oriented towards the Fe(CO)3 moiety. Electrophilic addition of HBF4 to the basic nitrogen atom of the μ-CNR ligand transforms 6 to the cationic μ-aminocarbyne complexes [(OC)3Fe{μ-CN(H)R}(μ-dppm)Pt(PPh3)][BF4] (8a: R = 2,6-xylyl; 8b: R = p-anisyl; 8c: R = p-C6H4NH2).
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