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Diisocyanoarene-linked pentacarbonylvanadate(I−) ions as building blocks in a supramolecular charge-transfer framework assembled through noncovalent π–π and contact ion interactions

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Abstract

Three synthetic routes to the unusual supramolecular complex ([Cp2Co]2[{(OC)5V}2(μ-1,4-CNC6Me4NC)]), which was crystallographically characterized, are presented. The dianion [{(OC)5V}2(μ-1,4-CNC6Me4NC)]2− constitutes the first subvalent organometallics featuring a diisocyanoarene linker.

Graphical abstract: Diisocyanoarene-linked pentacarbonylvanadate(I−) ions as building blocks in a supramolecular charge-transfer framework assembled through noncovalent π–π and contact ion interactions

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Submitted
29 Feb 2012
Accepted
02 Apr 2012
First published
05 Apr 2012

Dalton Trans., 2012,41, 7845-7848
Article type
Communication

Diisocyanoarene-linked pentacarbonylvanadate(I−) ions as building blocks in a supramolecular charge-transfer framework assembled through noncovalent π–π and contact ion interactions

T. R. Maher, J. J. Meyers, A. D. Spaeth, K. R. Lemley and M. V. Barybin, Dalton Trans., 2012, 41, 7845
DOI: 10.1039/C2DT30488K

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