Synthesis of Diruthenium μ-Chloromethylidyne Complex: C–C Bond Formation at the Bridging Carbon Atom via the Reduction of a μ-Chloromethylidyne Ligand

  title={Synthesis of Diruthenium $\mu$-Chloromethylidyne Complex: C–C Bond Formation at the Bridging Carbon Atom via the Reduction of a $\mu$-Chloromethylidyne Ligand},
  author={Toshiro Takao and K. Seki},
The μ-chloromethylidyne complex, [(Cp*RuCl)2(μ-CCl)(μ-Cl)] (2) (Cp* = η5-C5Me5), was prepared by the reaction of a triruthenium pentahydrido complex, [{Cp*Ru(μ-H)}3(μ3-H)2] (1), with CCl4. The reac... 
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