Formation, x-ray structure, and deprotonation of an S,S'-methylene-bridged P2N4S2 ring

Author
Chivers, Tristram
Cowie, Martin
Edwards, Mark
Hilts, Robert
Faculty Advisor
Date
1992
Keywords
sulfur nitrogen ligands , complexes , disulfides , anions , inorganic and nuclear chemistry
Abstract (summary)
There is an extensive chemistry of binary sulfur-nitrogen (S- N) anions, several of which are shown only in coordination complexes with metals. Although there is polarographic evidence for the formation of S4N4(2-) at low temperatures, this dianion has only been characterized in Ira and Pt5b complexes as a tridentate (N,S,S’) ligand formed by insertion of the metal into an S-N bond of S4N4. Anions of diphosphadithiatetrazocines 1 are unknown, but Pt0 or Pd0 compounds readily undergo oxidative addition with these norganic heterocycles to give ŋ2- S4ZS1-metal complexes.(6)
Publication Information
Chivers, T., Cowie, M., Edwards, M. & Hilts, R. W. (1992). Formation, X-Ray Structure, and Deprotonation of an S,S’-Methylene-Bridged P2n4s2 Ring. Inorganic Chemistry, 31(16), 3349–3350. https://doi.org/10.1021/ic00042a005
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Language
English
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