Abderrahmen B Salah

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The mol-ecule of the title complex, [Ni(C(30)H(23)O(2)P(2))(OH)], adopts a slightly distorted square-planar geometry around Ni(II) defined by the coordination of the two mutually trans P atoms, the Csp(2) atom of the pincer ligand and the O atom of the hydroxide ligand. The largest distortions from ideal geometry are reflected in the smaller than usual(More)
In the title complex, [Ni(C(30)H(23)O(2)P(2))I], the divalent Ni atom is coordinated by two P atoms and one C atom from the 1,3-bis-[(diphenyl-phosphan-yl)-oxy]benzene ligand; the distorted square-planar geometry is completed by an iodide ligand. The largest distortions from ideal square-planar geometry are reflected in the P-Ni-P angle of 164.20 (2)° and(More)
In the title complex, [Ni(C30H23O2P2)I], the divalent Ni atom is coordinated by two P atoms and one C atom from the 1,3bis[(diphenylphosphanyl)oxy]benzene ligand; the distorted square-planar geometry is completed by an iodide ligand. The largest distortions from ideal square-planar geometry are reflected in the P—Ni—P angle of 164.20 (2) and the P—Ni— C(More)
The room temperature reaction of NiBr(2)(NCCH(3))(x) with the pincer-type ligand POCHOP(Ph) gave the new pincer complex (POCOP(Ph))NiBr (1, POCOP(Ph) = κ(P), κ(C), κ(P)-2,6-{Ph(2)PO}(2)C(6)H(3)). Complex 1 reacts with AgX to give the analogous Ni-X derivatives (X = CN, 2; OSO(2)CF(3), 3; OC(O)CH(3), 4; ONO(2), 5), whereas complex 3 reacts with(More)
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