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Macropolyhedral boron-containing cluster chemistry. The reaction of B16H20 and B14H18 with [PtMe2(PMe2Ph)2] to give [(PMe2Ph)2PtB16H17Me] and [(PMe2Ph)2PtB14H16]

Macropolyhedral boron-containing cluster chemistry. The reaction of B16H20 and B14H18 with [PtMe2(PMe2Ph)2] to give [(PMe2Ph)2PtB16H17Me] and [(PMe2Ph)2PtB14H16]
Macropolyhedral boron-containing cluster chemistry. The reaction of B16H20 and B14H18 with [PtMe2(PMe2Ph)2] to give [(PMe2Ph)2PtB16H17Me] and [(PMe2Ph)2PtB14H16]
Structurally characterised 17-vertex [(PMe2Ph)2PtB16H17Me]3 is obtained, albeit in low yield, by platination of 16-vertex B16H201 using [PtMe2(PMe2Ph)2] under mild conditions. Platination has occurred on the {B10} subcluster of 1, interesting in that B16H20 itself deprotonates on the {B8} subcluster: the reference 16-vertex [B16H19]– anion 1a, prepared by deprotonation of 1 with 1,8-bis(dimethylamino)naphthalene, is also structurally characterised. [PtMe2(PMe2Ph)2] with 14-vertex B14H182 similarly gives a low yield of 15-vertex [(PMe2Ph)2PtB14H16]5, of formulation and structure substantiated by DFT calculations.
magnetic-resonance spectroscopy, molecular-structure, crystal-structure, metallaborane clusters, structural characterization, stable borane, derivatives, nmr, metal, tridecaborane(19)
0300-9246
1499-1503
Bould, Jonathan
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Barrett, Simon A.
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Coles, Simon J.
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Hursthouse, Michael B.
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Thornton-Pett, Mark
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Štibr, Bohumil
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Kennedy, John D.
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Bould, Jonathan
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Jelínek, Tomáš
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Barrett, Simon A.
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Coles, Simon J.
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Hursthouse, Michael B.
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Thornton-Pett, Mark
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Štibr, Bohumil
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Bould, Jonathan, Jelínek, Tomáš, Barrett, Simon A., Coles, Simon J., Hursthouse, Michael B., Thornton-Pett, Mark, Štibr, Bohumil and Kennedy, John D. (2005) Macropolyhedral boron-containing cluster chemistry. The reaction of B16H20 and B14H18 with [PtMe2(PMe2Ph)2] to give [(PMe2Ph)2PtB16H17Me] and [(PMe2Ph)2PtB14H16]. Dalton Transactions, (8), 1499-1503. (doi:10.1039/b419241a).

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Structurally characterised 17-vertex [(PMe2Ph)2PtB16H17Me]3 is obtained, albeit in low yield, by platination of 16-vertex B16H201 using [PtMe2(PMe2Ph)2] under mild conditions. Platination has occurred on the {B10} subcluster of 1, interesting in that B16H20 itself deprotonates on the {B8} subcluster: the reference 16-vertex [B16H19]– anion 1a, prepared by deprotonation of 1 with 1,8-bis(dimethylamino)naphthalene, is also structurally characterised. [PtMe2(PMe2Ph)2] with 14-vertex B14H182 similarly gives a low yield of 15-vertex [(PMe2Ph)2PtB14H16]5, of formulation and structure substantiated by DFT calculations.

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Published date: 2005
Keywords: magnetic-resonance spectroscopy, molecular-structure, crystal-structure, metallaborane clusters, structural characterization, stable borane, derivatives, nmr, metal, tridecaborane(19)

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Local EPrints ID: 20733
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/20733
ISSN: 0300-9246
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Date deposited: 01 Mar 2006
Last modified: 15 Jul 2019 19:25

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Author: Jonathan Bould
Author: Tomáš Jelínek
Author: Simon A. Barrett
Author: Simon J. Coles
Author: Michael B. Hursthouse
Author: Mark Thornton-Pett
Author: Bohumil Štibr
Author: John D. Kennedy

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