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Bis(σ-B–H) complexes of copper(i): precursors to a heterogeneous amine–borane dehydrogenation catalyst

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A series of bis(σ-B–H) complexes of copper(I) have been prepared by displacement of arene solvent from a β-diketiminate copper(I) complex by four-coordinate boranes, H3B–L (L = NMe3, lutidine). In the presence of the same copper arene complex, the secondary amine–borane H3B–NMe2H undergoes dehydrogenation. We provide evidence for formation of a heterogengous catalyst from decomposition of the solution species.

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Submitted
06 Jun 2015
Accepted
17 Jun 2015
First published
17 Jun 2015

This article is Open Access

Dalton Trans., 2015,44, 12530-12534
Article type
Communication
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Bis(σ-B–H) complexes of copper(I): precursors to a heterogeneous amine–borane dehydrogenation catalyst

A. E. Nako, A. J. P. White and M. R. Crimmin, Dalton Trans., 2015, 44, 12530
DOI: 10.1039/C5DT02144H

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