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P(OC6H3But2-2,4)2N(Me)CON(Me)PPh2: the facile route to an unsymmetrically substituted bisphosphinourea

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Abstract

The phosphinourea derivative PPh2N(Me)CON(Me)H 1a and the phosphoramidite derivative P(OC6H3But2-2,4)2N(Me)CON(Me)H 1b and their conversion to the unsymmetrically substituted urea phosphinophosphoramidite P(OC6H3But2-2,4)2N(Me)CON(Me)PPh22b are described. These ligands were reacted with [Mo(CO)4(NCMe)2] to the cis complexes cis-[Mo(CO)4{P(OC6H3But2-2,4)2N(Me)CON(Me)H}2] 3b and cis-[Mo(CO)4{P(OC6H3But2-2,4)2N(Me)CON(Me)PPh2}2] 4b, respectively. The structure of 3b and 4b was determined by multinuclear NMR spectroscopy.

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Submitted
22 Aug 2002
Accepted
12 Dec 2002
First published
10 Feb 2003

Dalton Trans., 2003, 949-952
Article type
Paper

P(OC6H3But2-2,4)2N(Me)CON(Me)PPh2: the facile route to an unsymmetrically substituted bisphosphinourea

O. Kühl, Dalton Trans., 2003, 949 DOI: 10.1039/B208244F

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