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B—H, C—H, and B—C Bond Activation: The Role of Two Adjacent Agostic Interactions

Cassen, Audrey
Gloaguen, Yann
Vendier, Laure
Duhayon, Carine
Raynaud, Christophe
Clot, Eric
Alcaraz, Gilles
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Published in Angewandte Chemie: International Edition. 2014, vol. 53, no. 29, p. 7569-7573
Abstract Tuning the nature of the linker in a L∼BHR phosphinoborane compound led to the isolation of a ruthenium complex stabilized by two adjacent, δ-C—H and ε-Bsp2—H, agostic interactions. Such a unique coordination mode stabilizes a 14-electron “RuH2P2” fragment through connected σ-bonds of different polarity, and affords selective B—H, C—H, and B—C bond activation as illustrated by reactivity studies with H2 and boranes.
Keywords Agostic interactionsBoronHydridesLigand designRuthenium
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CASSEN, Audrey et al. B—H, C—H, and B—C Bond Activation: The Role of Two Adjacent Agostic Interactions. In: Angewandte Chemie: International Edition, 2014, vol. 53, n° 29, p. 7569-7573.

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