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Closed Access item Nickel 2-Iminopyridine N-Oxide (PymNox) Complexes: Cationic Counterparts of Salicylaldiminate-Based Neutral Ethylene Polymerization Catalysts

Authors:Brasse, Mikaël
Cámpora, Juan
Palma Ramírez, Pilar
Álvarez, Eleuterio
Cruz, Víctor
Ramos, Javier
Reyes, Manuel L.
Keywords:Iminopyridine, Salicylaldiminate system, PymNox, Ethylene Polymerization, Catalystic system, Olefin, Heteroaromatic
Issue Date:27-Aug-2008
Publisher:American Chemical Society
Citation:Organometallics 27(18): 4711-4723 (2008)
Abstract:2-Iminopyridine N-oxides (PymNox) constitute a promising class of ligands that can be considered as the neutral counterparts of the well-known salicylaldiminate system. A series of nickel PymNox complexes displaying different substitution patterns in the ligand have been synthesized, and their activity as ethylene polymerization catalysts has been studied. While an electron-donor group (OMe) at the remote position 4 of the pyridine ring causes a moderate decrease of the catalytic activity and increase of the polyethylene molecular weight, a strongly electron-withdrawing group (NO2) in this position shifts the catalyst selectivity from ethylene polymerization to oligomerization. The introduction of a phenyl substituent next to the pyridine nitrogen (position 6) causes a significant increase of the catalytic activity and the polymer molecular weight. Although aldimino PymNox catalysts are inactive in ethylene−methyl acrylate copolymerization, we observed that acetaldimino (displaying the Me-C NAr group) catalysts display a small but significant activity on this account, giving rise to copolymers incorporating ca. 1% methyl acrylate in their structure. The trends observed in the PymNox catalytic system are strongly reminiscent of those of nickel salicylaldiminates (although the former are considerably more active), demonstrating for the first time that substitution of the widely used phenoxo anionic group by the neutral pyridine N-oxide fragment is a useful possibility in the design of late transition metal catalysts for olefin polymerization.
Description:13 páginas, 3 figuras, 4 tablas, esquemas.
Publisher version (URL):http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/om800548y
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10261/37717
ISSN:0276-7333
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