Organometallic Amides and Imides.
Final technical rept. 1 Oct 71-30 Sep 72,
SUSSEX UNIV BRIGHTON (ENGLAND) DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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Reaction of LiNCCF32 or Me3SnNCCF3 with a PtII, RhI, or IrI halide generally leads to the appropriate d8 metal alkylikeneamide reactivityLiMe3Sn. A PtII derivative, trans-PtNCCF32SnMe3PPh32 is also obtained by an oxidative addition of Me3SnNCCF32 to PtPPh32 stilbene. trans-PtH or DNCCF32PPh32 rearranges into PtHNCCF32PPh32 by heating with PPh3 under reflux in benzene, or without phosphine in boiling xylene. The latter isomer reacts with an excess of PPh3 to give PtHNCCF32PPH33. The spectra of the new thermally- and hydrolytically-stable compounds, as well as the M-N cleavage by HCl, are discussed. Author
- Organic Chemistry