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Synthesis and reactivity of η5-tetramethylcyclopentadienyl-propenyl rhenium complexes: Molecular structure of [(η5:η2-C5Me4CH2CHCH2)Re(CO)2]

AuthorsGodoy, Fernando; Klahn, A. Hugo; Lahoz, Fernando J.
KeywordsRhenium complexes
Hemilabile ligand
Reductive elimination
Crystal structure
Issue DateFeb-2010
CitationJournal of Organometallic Chemistry 695(3): 346-351 (2010)
AbstractThe fulvene complexes [(g6-C5Me4CH2)Re(CO)2(R)] (1a, R@I; 1b, R@C6F5) react at the exocyclic methylene carbon with a vinylmagnesium bromide solution to produce the anionic species [(g5- C5Me4CH2CH@CH2)Re(CO)2(R)] . Protonation with HCl at 0 C produces the hydride complexes [trans- (g5-C5Me4CH2CH@CH2)Re(CO)2(R)(H)] (2a, R@I; 2b, R@C6F5). Thermolysis of an hexane solution of the iodo-hydride (2a) under a CO atmosphere yields the complex [(g5-C5Me4CH2CH@CH2)Re(CO)3] (3) and [Re(CO)5I] as by-product. Thermolysis of 2b produced three new products, mainly the chelated complex [(g5:g2-C5Me4CH2CH@CH2)Re(CO)2] (4) and complex 3, with a non-coordinated olefin group, in moderated yield, and traces of [Re(CO)5(C6F5)]. Thermolysis of an hexane solution of 2 in presence of an excess of PMe3, afforded the phosphine derivative [(g5-C5Me4CH2CH@CH2)Re(CO)2(PMe3)] (5). All the complexes were characterized by IR, 1H, 13C and 31P NMR spectroscopies and mass spectrometry. The molecular structure of 4 has also been determined. The molecule exhibits a formal three-legged piano-stool structure, with two CO groups, and the third position corresponding to the g2-coordination of the propenyl side arm of the g5-C5Me4 ring.
Description6 páginas, 1 figura, 1 tabla, 3 esquemas.-- et al.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jorganchem.2009.10.042
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