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Synthesis and characterization of some methyl complexes of palladium(II). Part 2(1)

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Dichloro complexes of PdII, [Pd(L−L′)Cl2], where L−L′=1-(thiomethyl)-2-(diphenylarsino)ethane (S−As) or 1-(thiomethyl)-2-(diphenylphosphino)ethane (S−P) andtrans-[PdL2Cl2], where L=diphenyl(2-phenylethyl)-phosphine (PE), diphenyl(1-naphthyl)phosphine (PN) orN-methyl-2-thiophenealdimine (SN), have been prepared and characterized. The reactions of these complexes with MeLi were investigated. The dimethyl complexes [Pd(L−L′)Me2] (L−L′=S−As, S−P) and [Pd(PE)Me2] were isolated and characterized. Reaction of [Pd(L−L′)Me2] (L−L′=S−As, S−P) with HCl affords the monomethyl derivatives [Pd(L−L′)Me(Cl)]. In contrast to the Pt analogues, [Pd(L−L′)Me2] and [Pd(L−L′)Me(Cl)] are relatively less stable than [Pt(L−L′)Me2] and [Pt(L−L′)Me(Cl)].

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Saleem, A.M., Hodali, H.A. Synthesis and characterization of some methyl complexes of palladium(II). Part 2(1) . Transition Met Chem 16, 458–461 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01129464

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Keywords

  • Methyl
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Catalysis
  • Dimethyl