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Synthesis and Characterization of Ambient Temperature Stable Organopalladium(IV) Complexes, Including Aryl-, hl-Allyl-, Ethylpalladium(IV), and Pallada(IV)cyclopentane Complexes. Structures of the Poly(pyrazo1-l-y1)borate Complexes PdMe3{(pz)3BH} and PdMe3{(pz)4B} and Three Polymorphs of PdMe2Et{(pz)3BH}

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Canty, AJ and Jin, H and Roberts, AS and Skelton, BW and Traill, PR and White, AH (1995) Synthesis and Characterization of Ambient Temperature Stable Organopalladium(IV) Complexes, Including Aryl-, hl-Allyl-, Ethylpalladium(IV), and Pallada(IV)cyclopentane Complexes. Structures of the Poly(pyrazo1-l-y1)borate Complexes PdMe3{(pz)3BH} and PdMe3{(pz)4B} and Three Polymorphs of PdMe2Et{(pz)3BH}. Organometallics, 14. pp. 199-206. ISSN 0276-7333

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Abstract

The palladium(I1) complexes PdMeZ(tmeda1, PdMePh(tmeda), and Pd(CH2CHzCHzCHz)- (tmeda) (tmeda = tetramethylethylenediamine)r eact with potassium tris(pyrazo1-l-y1)borate and organohalides RX in acetone to form the octahedral palladium(IV) complexes PdMeRR”- {(pz)sBH}( R = Me, Ph) and Pd(CH2CHzCHzCH~)R{(pz)3BH(R} X = MeI, EtI, PhCHzBr, CHz=CHCH&. The complexes are stable in the solid state and in solution at ambient temperature, PdMe3{(pz)3BH} is more stable than the iodide salt of isoelectronic [PdMes{(pz)a- CH}]+, and the aryl- and 17l-propenylpalladium(IV)c omplexes are the first examples of aryland allylpalladium(IV) complexes that are stable above 0 “C. The tris(pyrazo1-l-y1)borate ligand considerably enhances the stability of palladium( IV) complexes when compared with related neutral donor ligands. The ethylpalladium(rV) complexes have stabilities in solution similar to that of the most stable ethylpalladium(I1) complexes reported. The complex PdMea- {(~Z)~(B2)} h as been prepared, and structural studies of this complex and PdMe~R{(pz)3- BH} [ R= Me (l)E, t (3>]c ompleted, allowing the first comparison of structural parameters of ethylpalladium( 11, IV) complexes and of PdMe3{ (pz)3BH} with the “isoelectronic” cation [PdMe3{(pz)3CH}]+. Three polymorphs of PdMezEt{ (pz)3BH} were examined: complex 3a is ordered, but the other polymorphs exhibit disordering in the conformation of the ethyl group (3b) and in the position of the ethyl group and one of the methyl groups (3c). Crystallographic data: for 1, monoclinic, space group P21/c, a = 16.559(16) A, b = 7.859(4) A,c = 13.774(15)A , p = 118.88(8)”2, = 4, R = 0.032, R, = 0,043; for 2, monoclinic, space group P21/c, a = 11.453(1) A, b = 9.729(2) A, c = 16.973(9) A, p = 107.25(3)”, 2 = 4, R = 0.053, R, = 0.055; for 3a, monoclinic, P2&, a = 9.384(3) A, b = 12.795(3) A, c = 15.119(8) A, p = 115.22(3)”, 2 = 4, R = 0.055, R, = 0.052; for 3b, orthorhombic, P212121, a = 13.955- (3) A, b = 13.152(18) A, c = 9.047(6) A, 2 = 4, R = 0.052, R, = 0.053; for 3c, tetragonal, P43212, a = 12.305(4) A, c = 21.542(7) A, 2 = 8, R = R, = 0.035.

Item Type: Article
Journal or Publication Title: Organometallics
Page Range: pp. 199-206
ISSN: 0276-7333
Identification Number - DOI: 10.1021/om00001a031
Date Deposited: 09 Oct 2007 04:53
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 03:23
URI: http://eprints.utas.edu.au/id/eprint/2071
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