Synthesis of Platinum-Triruthenium Clusters Using the Zero-Valent Platinum Reagent Pt(nb)3: X-Ray Crystal Structures of Ru3Pt(CO)11(P-iPr3)2, Ru3Pt(μ-H)(μ3-η3-MeCCHCMe)(CO)9(P-iPr3), Ru3Pt(μ3-η2-PhCCPh)(CO)10(P-iPr3), Ru3Pt(μ-H)(μ4-N)(CO)10(P-iPr3) and Ru3Pt(μ-H)(μ4-η2-NO)(CO)10(P-iPr3)

@article{Ellis2001SynthesisOP,
  title={Synthesis of Platinum-Triruthenium Clusters Using the Zero-Valent Platinum Reagent Pt(nb)3: X-Ray Crystal Structures of Ru3Pt(CO)11(P-iPr3)2, Ru3Pt(μ-H)(μ3-η3-MeCCHCMe)(CO)9(P-iPr3), Ru3Pt(μ3-η2-PhCCPh)(CO)10(P-iPr3), Ru3Pt(μ-H)(μ4-N)(CO)10(P-iPr3) and Ru3Pt(μ-H)(μ4-η2-NO)(CO)10(P-iPr3)},
  author={David Bennett Ellis and Louis J. Farrugia},
  journal={Journal of Cluster Science},
  year={2001},
  volume={12},
  pages={243-257}
}
The complexes Pt(nb)3-n(P-iPr3)n (n=1, 2, nb=bicyclo[2.2.1]hept-2-ene), prepared in situ from Pt(nb)3, are useful reagents for addition of Pt(P-iPr3)n fragments to saturated triruthenium clusters. The complexes Ru3Pt(CO)11(P-iPr3)2 (1), Ru3Pt(μ-H)(μ3-η3-MeCCHCMe)(CO)9(P-iPr3) (2), Ru3Pt(μ3-η2-PhCCPh)(CO)10(P-iPr3) (3), Ru3Pt(μ-H)(μ4-N)(CO)10(P-iPr3) (4) and Ru3Pt(μ-H)(μ4-η2-NO)(CO)10(P-iPr3) (5) have been prepared in this fashion. All complexes have been characterized spectroscopically and by… CONTINUE READING

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