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First aminosilyl bridging ligand in a bimetallic complex: structure of [(OC)3{(Me2N)2(MeO)P}Fe{µ-Si(OMe)2(NMe2)}Cu(PPh3)]

Abstract

The first example of a bridging aminosilyl ligand between two transition metals is reported and the crystal structure of the bimetallic complex [(OC)3{(Me2N)2(MeO)P}[graphic omitted](PPh3)] establishes the presence of an unprecedented four-membered cycle; selective metal-promoted OMe/NMe2 substituent exchange between P and Si occurs during the synthesis of the iron–silylene precursor.

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Article type: Paper
DOI: 10.1039/CC9960002237
Chem. Commun., 1996, 2237-2238

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    First aminosilyl bridging ligand in a bimetallic complex: structure of [(OC)3{(Me2N)2(MeO)P}Fe{µ-Si(OMe)2(NMe2)}Cu(PPh3)]

    P. Braunstein, C. Stern, C. Strohmann and N. Tong, Chem. Commun., 1996, 2237
    DOI: 10.1039/CC9960002237

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