Addition of platinum and palladium tri-tert-butyl phosphine groups to open Pt-Fe and Pt-Ru metal carbonyl clusters

Richard D. Adams, Burjor Captain, Wei Fu, Jack L. Smith, Mark D. Smith

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

20 Citations (Scopus)

Abstract

Two series of new compounds, Pt3Fe3(CO)15[M(PBu3t)] (M = Pt, 12; M = Pd, 14) and Pt3Fe2(CO)12 [M(PBu3t)]2 (M = Pt, 13; M = Pd, 15), were synthesized from the reactions of Pt(PBu3t)2 and Pd(PBu3t)2 with Pt3Fe3(CO)15, 9. All new compounds were characterized crystallographically. Compounds 12 and 14 are structurally similar and contain a M(PBu3t) group bridging a triangular Pt2Fe group of the starting complex 9. These compounds can be viewed as adducts of 9 because there was no loss of carbonyl ligands during the course of the addition reaction. Compounds 13 and 15 are also structurally similar and contain two mutually bonded M(PBu3t) groups. These metal atoms are part of a Pt2M2 tetrahedron that also contains an edge-bridging platinum atom and two Fe(CO)4 groups that bridge the Pt-Pt bonds to this edge-bridging platinum. These compounds can be formed from 12 and 14 by replacement of one Fe(CO)3 group with a M(PBu3t) group. The M-M bond is stabilized by a bridging carbonyl ligand. The reaction of Pt(PBu3t)2 with Pt2Ru4(CO)18, 11, afforded the complex Pt2Ru4(CO)17[Pt(PBu3t)], 16. Compound 16 contains an M(PBu3t) group that has formed a quadruple bridge across a Ru2Pt2 butterfly of the parent cluster 11.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)589-594
Number of pages6
JournalOrganometallics
Volume23
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 2 2004
Externally publishedYes

Fingerprint

phosphine
Palladium
Platinum
phosphines
palladium
platinum
Metals
Ligands
Atoms
Addition reactions
metals
complex compounds
ligands
tetrahedrons
adducts
atoms

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry

Cite this

Addition of platinum and palladium tri-tert-butyl phosphine groups to open Pt-Fe and Pt-Ru metal carbonyl clusters. / Adams, Richard D.; Captain, Burjor; Fu, Wei; Smith, Jack L.; Smith, Mark D.

In: Organometallics, Vol. 23, No. 3, 02.02.2004, p. 589-594.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Adams, Richard D. ; Captain, Burjor ; Fu, Wei ; Smith, Jack L. ; Smith, Mark D. / Addition of platinum and palladium tri-tert-butyl phosphine groups to open Pt-Fe and Pt-Ru metal carbonyl clusters. In: Organometallics. 2004 ; Vol. 23, No. 3. pp. 589-594.
@article{0412f97d063841d9b843f219a63f597e,
title = "Addition of platinum and palladium tri-tert-butyl phosphine groups to open Pt-Fe and Pt-Ru metal carbonyl clusters",
abstract = "Two series of new compounds, Pt3Fe3(CO)15[M(PBu3t)] (M = Pt, 12; M = Pd, 14) and Pt3Fe2(CO)12 [M(PBu3t)]2 (M = Pt, 13; M = Pd, 15), were synthesized from the reactions of Pt(PBu3t)2 and Pd(PBu3t)2 with Pt3Fe3(CO)15, 9. All new compounds were characterized crystallographically. Compounds 12 and 14 are structurally similar and contain a M(PBu3t) group bridging a triangular Pt2Fe group of the starting complex 9. These compounds can be viewed as adducts of 9 because there was no loss of carbonyl ligands during the course of the addition reaction. Compounds 13 and 15 are also structurally similar and contain two mutually bonded M(PBu3t) groups. These metal atoms are part of a Pt2M2 tetrahedron that also contains an edge-bridging platinum atom and two Fe(CO)4 groups that bridge the Pt-Pt bonds to this edge-bridging platinum. These compounds can be formed from 12 and 14 by replacement of one Fe(CO)3 group with a M(PBu3t) group. The M-M bond is stabilized by a bridging carbonyl ligand. The reaction of Pt(PBu3t)2 with Pt2Ru4(CO)18, 11, afforded the complex Pt2Ru4(CO)17[Pt(PBu3t)], 16. Compound 16 contains an M(PBu3t) group that has formed a quadruple bridge across a Ru2Pt2 butterfly of the parent cluster 11.",
author = "Adams, {Richard D.} and Burjor Captain and Wei Fu and Smith, {Jack L.} and Smith, {Mark D.}",
year = "2004",
month = "2",
day = "2",
doi = "10.1021/om0342659",
language = "English",
volume = "23",
pages = "589--594",
journal = "Organometallics",
issn = "0276-7333",
publisher = "American Chemical Society",
number = "3",

}

TY - JOUR

T1 - Addition of platinum and palladium tri-tert-butyl phosphine groups to open Pt-Fe and Pt-Ru metal carbonyl clusters

AU - Adams, Richard D.

AU - Captain, Burjor

AU - Fu, Wei

AU - Smith, Jack L.

AU - Smith, Mark D.

PY - 2004/2/2

Y1 - 2004/2/2

N2 - Two series of new compounds, Pt3Fe3(CO)15[M(PBu3t)] (M = Pt, 12; M = Pd, 14) and Pt3Fe2(CO)12 [M(PBu3t)]2 (M = Pt, 13; M = Pd, 15), were synthesized from the reactions of Pt(PBu3t)2 and Pd(PBu3t)2 with Pt3Fe3(CO)15, 9. All new compounds were characterized crystallographically. Compounds 12 and 14 are structurally similar and contain a M(PBu3t) group bridging a triangular Pt2Fe group of the starting complex 9. These compounds can be viewed as adducts of 9 because there was no loss of carbonyl ligands during the course of the addition reaction. Compounds 13 and 15 are also structurally similar and contain two mutually bonded M(PBu3t) groups. These metal atoms are part of a Pt2M2 tetrahedron that also contains an edge-bridging platinum atom and two Fe(CO)4 groups that bridge the Pt-Pt bonds to this edge-bridging platinum. These compounds can be formed from 12 and 14 by replacement of one Fe(CO)3 group with a M(PBu3t) group. The M-M bond is stabilized by a bridging carbonyl ligand. The reaction of Pt(PBu3t)2 with Pt2Ru4(CO)18, 11, afforded the complex Pt2Ru4(CO)17[Pt(PBu3t)], 16. Compound 16 contains an M(PBu3t) group that has formed a quadruple bridge across a Ru2Pt2 butterfly of the parent cluster 11.

AB - Two series of new compounds, Pt3Fe3(CO)15[M(PBu3t)] (M = Pt, 12; M = Pd, 14) and Pt3Fe2(CO)12 [M(PBu3t)]2 (M = Pt, 13; M = Pd, 15), were synthesized from the reactions of Pt(PBu3t)2 and Pd(PBu3t)2 with Pt3Fe3(CO)15, 9. All new compounds were characterized crystallographically. Compounds 12 and 14 are structurally similar and contain a M(PBu3t) group bridging a triangular Pt2Fe group of the starting complex 9. These compounds can be viewed as adducts of 9 because there was no loss of carbonyl ligands during the course of the addition reaction. Compounds 13 and 15 are also structurally similar and contain two mutually bonded M(PBu3t) groups. These metal atoms are part of a Pt2M2 tetrahedron that also contains an edge-bridging platinum atom and two Fe(CO)4 groups that bridge the Pt-Pt bonds to this edge-bridging platinum. These compounds can be formed from 12 and 14 by replacement of one Fe(CO)3 group with a M(PBu3t) group. The M-M bond is stabilized by a bridging carbonyl ligand. The reaction of Pt(PBu3t)2 with Pt2Ru4(CO)18, 11, afforded the complex Pt2Ru4(CO)17[Pt(PBu3t)], 16. Compound 16 contains an M(PBu3t) group that has formed a quadruple bridge across a Ru2Pt2 butterfly of the parent cluster 11.

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=1142279573&partnerID=8YFLogxK

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=1142279573&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.1021/om0342659

DO - 10.1021/om0342659

M3 - Article

AN - SCOPUS:1142279573

VL - 23

SP - 589

EP - 594

JO - Organometallics

JF - Organometallics

SN - 0276-7333

IS - 3

ER -