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Dinuclear planar chiral ferrocenyl gold(i) & gold(ii) complexes

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Abstract

Oxidation of Au(I) in the presence of Fe(II) allowed for the synthesis of unique dinuclear ferrocenyl Au(II) complexes via the first reported enantiopure planar chiral ferrocenyl Au(I) complex. (Spectro)electrochemical studies show that oxidation at Fe(II) is favoured, but DFT studies suggest that the energy differences for oxidation of one or the other metal should be quite small.

Graphical abstract: Dinuclear planar chiral ferrocenyl gold(i) & gold(ii) complexes

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Submitted
20 Aug 2015
Accepted
23 Sep 2015
First published
05 Oct 2015

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2015,51, 16806-16809
Article type
Communication
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Dinuclear planar chiral ferrocenyl gold(I) & gold(II) complexes

M. Ayerbe Garcia, W. Frey, M. R. Ringenberg, M. Schwilk and R. Peters, Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 16806
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC07018J

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