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The use of a sterically demanding aryloxide ligand allows us to isolate a tetrakis(aryloxide)diniobium complex bridged by four hydride ligands. This hydride aryloxide undergoes reduction of CO via hydrogenation and deoxygenation, resulting in formation of a methylidene species. Further carbonylation gives a vinylidene complex.
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