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Synthesis of cationic indenyl- and fluorenyl-arene complexes of ruthenium

  • A. R. Kudinov
  • L. S. Shul'pina
  • P. V. Petrovskii
  • M. I. Rybinskaya
Organic Chemistry Methods Of Synthesis

Abstract

Interaction of [Ru(η-C 6 H 6 )Cl 2 ] 2 with indenyl- or fluorenyllithium in THF gives, together with cationic benzene complexes [Ru(η 5 -C 9 H 7 )(η-C 6 H 6 )]+ and [Ru(ν 5 -C 13 H 9 )(η-C 6 H 6 )]+, the neutral cyclohexadienyl derivatives Ru(η 5 -C 9 H 6 -C 9 H 7 ) and Ru(η 5 -C 13 H 9 )(η 5 -C 6 H 6 -C 13 H 9 ), respectively. Interaction of the cyclohexadienyl complexes with Al 2 O 3 , Ph 3 C+, and CF 3 CO 2 H has been studied. Reaction of Ru(η 5 -C 13 H 9 )(η 5 -C 6 H 7 ) with CF 3 CO 2 H in the presence of an arene yields cationic cyclohexadienylarene complexes: [Ru(η 5 -C 13 H 9 )(η 6 -arene)]+ (arene=C 6 H 6 or 1,3,5-Me 3 C 6 H 3 ).

Keywords

ruthenium arene complexes indenyl complexes fluorenyl complexes cyclohexadienyl complexes 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. R. Kudinov
  • L. S. Shul'pina
  • P. V. Petrovskii
  • M. I. Rybinskaya

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