TRANSITION-METAL FLUOROCARBON COMPLEXES. PART I. DERIVATIVES OF PERFLUORO-OLEFINS.
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The interaction of tri-iron dodecacarbonyl, Fe3 CO12, with octafluorocyclohexa-1,3- or 1,4-dienes forms a compound C6F8FeCO3 which must be formulated as a pi-bonded olefin complex. In contrast, the interaction of tetrafluoroethylene with Fe3CO12 gives a compound C4F8FeCO4 in which the iron atom is bound to carbon by sigma-bonds in a perfluorocycloalkane ring. Infrared, high-resolution nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectroscopic studies support these formulations. Products from the interaction of C2F4 with Co2CO8 and pi-C5H52Co and of the latter with CF3I are described. Author
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry