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Organometallic Oxides: Future Models in Catalysis? The Example of Trioxo(η5-Pentamethylcyclopentadienyl)Rhenium(VII)

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Abstract

Oxygen is present in most heterogeneous catalyst systems, either constituting the major component in oxidic supports or even on top of catalytically active surfaces. Since homogeneous catalysts generally convey higher product selectivities owing to well-defined structures and geometries of the respective organometallic compounds, there is a great demand of developing the chemistry of soluble organometallic oxides. The present review is concerned with general synthetic strategies, exemplified for the prototypal heptavalent rhenium compound trioxo(η5-pentamethylcyclopentadienyl)rhenium. It is shown that reductive deoxygenation of this title compound opens one important avenue to pentavalent rhenium compounds (e.g., (η5-C5Me5)ReOCl2 and (η5-C5Me5)ReCl4) that, in turn, are the starting points of further chemical transformations. A structural survey (X-Ray analyses) of various oxo containing organorhenium compounds of pseudotetrahedral geometry shows the π-bonded ring ligand to slip away from a central bonding mode, which effect is attributed to the strong trans influence of an oxo ligand.

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  1. 1.Anorganisch-chemisches Institutder Technischen Universität MünchenGarchingW.-Germany

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