Bond activation and catalysis by ruthenium pincer complexes.

@article{Gunanathan2014BondAA,
  title={Bond activation and catalysis by ruthenium pincer complexes.},
  author={C. Gunanathan and D. Milstein},
  journal={Chemical reviews},
  year={2014},
  volume={114 24},
  pages={
          12024-87
        }
}
  • C. Gunanathan, D. Milstein
  • Published 2014
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Chemical reviews
  • ed by an internal site in intramolecular heterolytic splitting, intermolecular activation requires an external base. Such intramolecular heterolytic splitting is also applicable to C−H or other heteroatom−H bond activation as is frequently observed with ruthenium pincer complexes and discussed in this section. 3.1. Activation of the H−H Bond As shown in Scheme 4b, formation of a dihydride complex such as [(PNP)Ru(H)2(H2)] 20 is a result of dihydrogen activation by oxidative addition due to the… CONTINUE READING
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