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Synthesis and reactions of five-coordinate mono- and binuclear thiocarbonyl?alkenyl and thioacyl complexes of ruthenium(II)

Synthesis and reactions of five-coordinate mono- and binuclear thiocarbonyl?alkenyl and thioacyl complexes of ruthenium(II)
Synthesis and reactions of five-coordinate mono- and binuclear thiocarbonyl?alkenyl and thioacyl complexes of ruthenium(II)
The reactions of [RuHCl(CS)(PPh3)3] with R1CCR2 (R1 = R2 = H, Ph, CO2Me; R1 = H, R2 = C6H4Me-4; R1 = CCPh, R2 = Ph) lead to the five- or six-coordinate (R1 = R2 = CO2Me) ?-alkenyl complexes [Ru(CR1CHR2)Cl(CS)(PPh3)2], the stilbenyl derivative being also formed by thermolysis of [RuCl(?2-O2CH)(CS)(PPh3)2] in the presence of diphenylacetylene. These complexes rapidly react with carbon monoxide to provide the bidentate thioacyl complexes [Ru(?2-SCCR1CHR2)Cl(CO)(PPh3)2] (R1 = R2 = H, Ph; R1 = H, R2 = Ph; R1 = CCPh, R2 = Ph) or the ?-alkenyl tautomer [Ru(CR1CHR2)Cl(CO)(CS)(PPh3)2] (R1 = R2 = CO2Me), depending on the alkenyl substituent. The compound [RuHCl(CS)(PPh3)3] reacts with 1/2 equiv of 1,4-diethynylbenzene to provide the coordinatively unsaturated bimetallic species [(Ph3P)2(SC)ClRu(CHCHC6H4CHCH)RuCl(CS)(PPh3)2] in situ, which undergoes migratory insertion on addition of carbon monoxide to give the bis(thioacyl) species [(Ph3P)2(OC)ClRu(?2-SCCHCHC6H4CHCHCS-?2)RuCl(CO)(PPh3)2]. On reaction with BSD (2,1,3-benzoselenadiazole), [Ru(CHCH2)Cl(CS)(PPh3)2] gives [Ru(CHCH2)Cl(CS)(BSD)(PPh3)2] without migration of the alkenyl group. The complex [RuHCl(CS)(BSD)(PPh3)2] results from the reaction of [RuHCl(CS)(PPh3)3] and BSD, and this complex hydroruthenates alkynes cleanly to provide [Ru(CR1CHR2)Cl(CS)(BSD)(PPh3)2], carbonylation of which leads to loss of BSD and formation of [Ru(?2-SCCR1CHR2)Cl(CO)(PPh3)2]. Addition of carboxylate donors R‘CO2- (R‘ = H, Fc) to the complexes [RuRCl(CS)(PPh3)2] (R = CHCH2, C(CCPh)CHPh) results in the complexes [RuR(?2-O2CR‘)(CS)(PPh3)2], without migratory insertion. A trimetallic example, Fe[C5H4CO2Ru{C(CCPh)CHPh}(CS)(PPh3)2]2, was formed in the corresponding reaction with 1,1‘-ferrocenedicarboxylic acid and Et3N. The crystal structures of the complexes [Ru(CPhCHPh)Cl(CS)(PPh3)2], [Ru{C(CCPh)CHPh}Cl(CS)(PPh3)2], [Ru{?2-SCC-(CCPh)CHPh}Cl(CO)(PPh3)2], [Ru{C(CCPh)CHPh}(?2-O2CFc)(CS)(PPh3)2] and Fe[C5H4CO2Ru{C(CCPh)CHPh}(CS)(PPh3)2]2 are reported.
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6114-6125
Cowley, Andrew R.
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Hector, Andrew L.
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Hill, Anthony F.
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Williams, David J.
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Cowley, Andrew R., Hector, Andrew L., Hill, Anthony F., White, Andrew J.P., Williams, David J. and Wilton-Ely, James D.E.T. (2007) Synthesis and reactions of five-coordinate mono- and binuclear thiocarbonyl?alkenyl and thioacyl complexes of ruthenium(II). Organometallics, 26 (25), 6114-6125. (doi:10.1021/om700518m).

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Abstract

The reactions of [RuHCl(CS)(PPh3)3] with R1CCR2 (R1 = R2 = H, Ph, CO2Me; R1 = H, R2 = C6H4Me-4; R1 = CCPh, R2 = Ph) lead to the five- or six-coordinate (R1 = R2 = CO2Me) ?-alkenyl complexes [Ru(CR1CHR2)Cl(CS)(PPh3)2], the stilbenyl derivative being also formed by thermolysis of [RuCl(?2-O2CH)(CS)(PPh3)2] in the presence of diphenylacetylene. These complexes rapidly react with carbon monoxide to provide the bidentate thioacyl complexes [Ru(?2-SCCR1CHR2)Cl(CO)(PPh3)2] (R1 = R2 = H, Ph; R1 = H, R2 = Ph; R1 = CCPh, R2 = Ph) or the ?-alkenyl tautomer [Ru(CR1CHR2)Cl(CO)(CS)(PPh3)2] (R1 = R2 = CO2Me), depending on the alkenyl substituent. The compound [RuHCl(CS)(PPh3)3] reacts with 1/2 equiv of 1,4-diethynylbenzene to provide the coordinatively unsaturated bimetallic species [(Ph3P)2(SC)ClRu(CHCHC6H4CHCH)RuCl(CS)(PPh3)2] in situ, which undergoes migratory insertion on addition of carbon monoxide to give the bis(thioacyl) species [(Ph3P)2(OC)ClRu(?2-SCCHCHC6H4CHCHCS-?2)RuCl(CO)(PPh3)2]. On reaction with BSD (2,1,3-benzoselenadiazole), [Ru(CHCH2)Cl(CS)(PPh3)2] gives [Ru(CHCH2)Cl(CS)(BSD)(PPh3)2] without migration of the alkenyl group. The complex [RuHCl(CS)(BSD)(PPh3)2] results from the reaction of [RuHCl(CS)(PPh3)3] and BSD, and this complex hydroruthenates alkynes cleanly to provide [Ru(CR1CHR2)Cl(CS)(BSD)(PPh3)2], carbonylation of which leads to loss of BSD and formation of [Ru(?2-SCCR1CHR2)Cl(CO)(PPh3)2]. Addition of carboxylate donors R‘CO2- (R‘ = H, Fc) to the complexes [RuRCl(CS)(PPh3)2] (R = CHCH2, C(CCPh)CHPh) results in the complexes [RuR(?2-O2CR‘)(CS)(PPh3)2], without migratory insertion. A trimetallic example, Fe[C5H4CO2Ru{C(CCPh)CHPh}(CS)(PPh3)2]2, was formed in the corresponding reaction with 1,1‘-ferrocenedicarboxylic acid and Et3N. The crystal structures of the complexes [Ru(CPhCHPh)Cl(CS)(PPh3)2], [Ru{C(CCPh)CHPh}Cl(CS)(PPh3)2], [Ru{?2-SCC-(CCPh)CHPh}Cl(CO)(PPh3)2], [Ru{C(CCPh)CHPh}(?2-O2CFc)(CS)(PPh3)2] and Fe[C5H4CO2Ru{C(CCPh)CHPh}(CS)(PPh3)2]2 are reported.

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Published date: 7 November 2007

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Local EPrints ID: 179017
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/179017
ISSN: 0276-7333
PURE UUID: 185ca85a-5e04-4dff-89f2-02770bfdc155
ORCID for Andrew L. Hector: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-9964-2163

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Date deposited: 31 Mar 2011 10:58
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 13:02

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