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Two stereoisomers of pentacoordinate antimony compounds (stiboranes) with a new rigid tridentate ligand were synthesized, and the isomerization was found to proceed by the turnstile rotation (TR) mechanism with the tridentate ligand as a trio and the two monodentate ligands as a pair.
A detailed mechanistic study of the intramolecular hydroamination of alkenes with amines catalyzed by rhodium complexes of a biaryldialkylphosphine is reported. The active catalyst is shown to contain the phosphine ligand bound in a κ(1), η(6) form in which the arene is π-bound to rhodium. Addition of deuterated amine to an internal olefin showed that the… (More)
1,1,1,2,2,4,4,5,5,5-Decafluoro-3-phenyl-3-pentanol was prepared by a Cannizzaro-type disproportionation reaction, and the dimetallated compound was used as a bidentate ligand, which is bulkier than the Martin ligand (1,1,1,3,3,3-hexafluoro-2-phenyl-2-propanol). A P-H spirophosphorane was synthesized by utilizing the new bidentate ligand, and the structure… (More)
Hypervalent organoarsenic compounds violating the apicophilicity concept were isolated for the first time, and the energy of isomerization of these arsoranes to the more stable stereoisomers appeared to be lower than that of the phosphorus analogues based on the kinetic studies.