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Te–Te and Te–C bond cleavage reactions using a monovalent gallanediyl

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LGa (L = [(2,6-i-Pr2-C6H3)NC(Me)]2CH) reacts with elemental tellurium with formation of the Te-bridged compound [LGa-μ-Te]21, whereas the reactions with Ph2Te2 and i-Pr2Te occurred with cleavage of the Te–Te and Te–C bond, respectively, and subsequent formation of LGa(TePh)22 and LGa(i-Pr)Tei-Pr 3. 1–3 were characterized by heteronuclear NMR (1H, 13C, 125Te) and IR spectroscopy and their solid state structures were determined by single crystal X-ray analyses.

Graphical abstract: Te–Te and Te–C bond cleavage reactions using a monovalent gallanediyl

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Submitted
14 Jan 2015
Accepted
05 Feb 2015
First published
05 Feb 2015

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Dalton Trans., 2015,44, 5153-5159
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Te–Te and Te–C bond cleavage reactions using a monovalent gallanediyl

C. Ganesamoorthy, G. Bendt, D. Bläser, C. Wölper and S. Schulz, Dalton Trans., 2015, 44, 5153
DOI: 10.1039/C5DT00172B

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