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Novel carbon dioxide and carbonyl carbonate complexes of molybdenum. The X-ray structures of trans-[Mo(CO2)2{HN(CH2CH2PMe2)2}(PMe3)] and [Mo3(μ2-CO3)(μ2-O)2(O)2(CO)2(H2O)(PMe3)6]·H2O

AuthorsContreras, Leopoldo; Paneque, Margarita ; Sellin, Murielle; Carmona, Ernesto ; Pérez, Pedro J. ; Gutiérrez-Puebla, Enrique ; Monge, M. Ángeles ; Ruiz, Caridad
KeywordsCarbon dioxide
Dicarbonyl complex
Water
Molecular structure
Molybdenum
X-Ray
Issue Date13-Dec-2004
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry
CitationNew Journal of Chemistry 29(1): 109-115 (2005)
AbstractA new bis(carbon dioxide) adduct of molybdenum containing the tridentate, bis(phosphine) ligand, HN(CH2CH2PMe2)2 (NP2), in a mer conformation has been synthesized and structurally characterized. Its carbonyl carbonate isomer [Mo(CO3)(CO)(NP2)(PMe3)] has also been prepared. In addition, the reactivity of the complex [Mo(CO3)(CO)(PMe3)4] toward CO has been studied, a transformation that has led to the formation of the dicarbonyl complex [Mo(CO3)(CO)2(PMe3)3]. This complex liberates CO2 upon heating under a carbon monoxide atmosphere by means of a CO–CO3 conproportionation reaction. The new trinuclear complex [Mo3(μ2-CO3)(μ2-O)2(O)2(CO)2(H2O)(PMe3)6]·H2O, resulting from the interaction of [Mo(CO3)(CO)(PMe3)4] and water, has been isolated and structurally characterized.
Description7 páginas, 4 figuras, 4 tablas, 1 esquema.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/B409385B
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/37613
DOI10.1039/B409385B
ISSN1144-0546
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