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Indenyl complexes of ruthenium containing thiolate ligands. Structure of IndRu(dppe)SPh

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The indenyl ruthenium thiolate complexes IndRu(PPh3)2SR, (1) [Ind = η5-C9H7; R = Prn (a), Ph (b), CH2Ph(c)] were prepared directly by reacting the thiolate anions (RS) with IndRu(PPh3)2Cl. The one-pot reaction of IndRu(PPh3)2Cl, thiolate anions and dppa ligands gave IndRu(dppa)SR [dppa= bis(diphenylphosphino)ethane: dppe (2); bis(diphenylphosphino)methane: dppm (3)]. Complexes (1) readily react with NOBF4 in THF at room temperature to give [IndRu(PPh3)(NO)SR]BF4, (4). Complexes (1)–(4) have been characterized by spectroscopic techniques (i.r.,1H-n.m.r., 31P-n.m.r.) and by elemental analysis. The crystal structure of IndRu(dppe)SC6H5, (2b) has been determined by X-ray analysis.

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El-khateeb, M., Shawakfeh, K., Shawakfeh, L. et al. Indenyl complexes of ruthenium containing thiolate ligands. Structure of IndRu(dppe)SPh. Transition Met Chem 32, 523–527 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11243-007-0197-3

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Keywords

  • Ruthenium
  • Thiolate
  • Dppe
  • Dppm
  • Diphenylphosphino