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[3]Ferrocenophanes with the bisphosphanotetryl bridge: inorganic rings on the way to tetrylenes

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A series of [3]ferrocenophanes with functional P–E–P motifs (E = group 14 fragments) is reported. Out of these, the silicon compounds with the general formula Fe(C5H4PtBu)2SiXY (XY = Cl2, Br2, I2, H2, HCl) have been characterized by spectroscopic means and the bonding situation was analyzed using X-ray crystallography and quantum chemical calculations. Despite the two stereogenic phosphanyl centers, most of the [3]ferrocenophanes have been obtained as single isomers in the course of stereospecific reactions. The corresponding stannylene Fe(C5H4PtBu)2Sn has been obtained in the form of its dimeric adduct.

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Submitted
11 Aug 2015
Accepted
29 Oct 2015
First published
29 Oct 2015

This article is Open Access

Dalton Trans., 2016,45, 2180-2189
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[3]Ferrocenophanes with the bisphosphanotetryl bridge: inorganic rings on the way to tetrylenes

D. Kargin, Z. Kelemen, K. Krekić, M. Maurer, C. Bruhn, L. Nyulászi and R. Pietschnig, Dalton Trans., 2016, 45, 2180
DOI: 10.1039/C5DT03107A

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