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Despite the abundance of "sandwich" complexes, in which two cyclic aromatic hydrocarbon ligands flank a metal center, this motif has not been extended to sheets of multiple metal atoms. We prepared and isolated two such compounds. In the first, three palladium centers form a planar triangular array, capped by chlorides, between two cycloheptatrienyl… (More)
Bis-perylene-tetrapalladium sandwich complexes are synthesized and structurally characterized. These are the first examples of bis-arene sandwich complexes having metal-metal bond chains. X-ray crystallographic analyses showed that the tetrapalladium chain is bound to perylene ligands at the C8 edge position.
A series of 1,4-diphenyl-1,3-butadiene multinuclear palladium sandwich complexes are synthesized by stepwise growth of palladium chains within a sandwich framework.
An unusual square tetrapalladium sheet sandwich complex, [Pd(4)(mu(4)-C(9)H(9))(mu(4)-C(8)H(8))][B(Ar(f))(4)] has been isolated and structurally characterized. X-ray structure analysis showed that the square palladium sheet is flanked by the nine-membered cyclononatetraenyl and eight-membered cyclooctatetraene ligands to form a square metal sheet molecular… (More)
The dinuclear Pd(I) complexes containing substitutionally labile acetonitrile ligands [Pd2(CH3CN)2(L)2](BF4)2 [L = CH3CN (1), PPh3 (2)] were prepared. The complex 1 was demonstrated to serve as a versatile building block for synthesizing sandwich chain complexes made of conjugated polyenes and linear polypalladium chains. The complex 2 reacted with 2 equiv… (More)
The reaction of [Pd(2)(CH(3)CN)(6)][BF(4)](2) (1) with 1,3,5-hexatriene, 1,6-diphenyl-1,3,5-hexatriene (DPHT), or 2,2,9,9-tetramethyl-3,5,7-decatriene (DBHT) afforded bi-eta(3)-allyldipalladium complexes 3, 4, or 5. The reaction of 1 and DBHT proceeded in a stereospecific (syn) manner when the reaction was carried out in CD(2)Cl(2) under aerobic conditions,… (More)
A surprisingly stable homoleptic Pd(0)(4) chain complex of non-activated olefins was isolated and structurally characterized by X-ray crystallographic analysis, and the unique structure and bonding are compared to those of the corresponding dicationic [Pd(4)](2+) chain sandwich complex.