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Gold phosphide complexes

AutorFernández, Eduardo J.; Taguna, Antonio; Olmos, M. Elena
Fecha de publicaciónsep-2007
EditorSociedad Chilena de Química
CitaciónJournal of the Chilean Chemical Society 52(3): 1200-1205 (2007)
ResumenThe vast majority of gold complexes with five group-element donor ligands contain tertiary phosphines, although compounds with amine, arsine or stibine ligands are also known. Although phosphide ligands, which are formed by deprotonation of non-tertiary phosphines, are closely related to the former, they have been employed to a lesser extent, mainly due to their lower stability. Thus, the chemistry of phosphido-bridged derivatives of the main group elements1-3 or transition metals4-6 has been a matter of interest for various research groups in the last few years. While there are many phosphido complexes with metals, mainly of groups 67-12 or 10,13-20 the chemistry of gold derivatives has experienced less progress in this field of research in spite of the possible catalytic behaviour of di- and polynuclear phosphido-bridged compounds.21 This is an interesting field of research, because the substitution of one or more protons by metal atoms allows the synthesis of homo- or hetero-polynuclear compounds in which the presence of a small bridging atom, such as phosphorus, may give rise to intermetallic contacts, which, as is known, are often responsible for surprising and interesting optical properties, such as luminescence, area with an increasing importance in the last years. This review focuses on gold phospide complexes derived from secondary phosphines (PR2H), primary phosphines (PRH2), primary diphosphines (PH2(CH2)nPH2) or from PH3. The moieties derived from all these complexes usually act as bridging ligands between more than one gold centre or between gold and other transition metal centres.
Descripción6 pages, 9 schemes, 6 figures.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-97072007000300002
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