Trapping of a thiolate-->dibromine charge-transfer adduct by a macrocyclic dinickel complex and its conversion into an arenesulfenyl bromide derivative.

Abstract

Stuck on sulfur: The first transition-metal complexes with S-Br units are surprisingly stable. Solid 3 is stable for at least six months and under vacuum solid 2 does not lose Br(2). The formation of the first structurally characterized transition-metal arenesulfenyl bromide complex 3 occurs with a change of the spin ground state from S = 2 to S = 0.

DOI: 10.1002/anie.200805028

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@article{Steinfeld2009TrappingOA, title={Trapping of a thiolate-->dibromine charge-transfer adduct by a macrocyclic dinickel complex and its conversion into an arenesulfenyl bromide derivative.}, author={Gunther Steinfeld and Vasile Lozan and Hans-J{\"{o}rg Kr{\"{u}ger and Berthold Kersting}, journal={Angewandte Chemie}, year={2009}, volume={48 11}, pages={1954-7} }