One-Dimensional Phosphinite Platinum Chains Based on Hydrogen Bonding Interactions and Phosphinite Tetranuclear Platinum(II)-Thallium(I) Complexes.

  1. Díez, A. 1
  2. Forniés, J. 2
  3. Gómez, J. 1
  4. Lalinde, E. 1
  5. Martín, A. 2
  6. Moreno, M.T. 1
  7. Sánchez, S. 1
  1. 1 Universidad de La Rioja
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    Universidad de La Rioja

    Logroño, España

    GRID grid.119021.a

  2. 2 Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Aragón
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    Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Aragón

    Zaragoza, España

    GRID grid.466773.7

Journal:
Dalton Transactions

ISSN: 1477-9226

Year of publication: 2007

Volume: 33

Pages: 3653-3660

Type: Article

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DOI: 10.1039/b704852a SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-34547919967 WoS: 000248731300016 GOOGLE SCHOLAR

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  • Year 2007
  • Journal Impact Factor: 3.212
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Abstract

The mononuclear pentafluorophenyl platinum complex containing the chelated diphenylphosphinous acid/diphenylphosphinite system [Pt(C6F 5){(PPh2O)2H}(PPh2OH)] 1 has been prepared and characterised. 1 and the related alkynyl complex [Pt(CCBu t){(PPh2O)2H}(PPh2OH)] 2 form infinite one-dimensional chains in the solid state based on intermolecular O-H⋯O hydrogen bonding interactions. Deprotonation reactions of [PtL{(PPh2O)2H}(PPh2OH)] (L = C 6F5 1, CCBut 2, CCPh 3) with [Tl(acac)] yields tetranuclear Pt2Tl2 complexes [PtL{(PPh2O) 2H}(PPh2O)Tl]2 (L = C6F5 4, CCBut 5, CCPh 6). The structure of the tert-butylalkynyl derivative 5, established by X-ray diffraction, shows two anionic discrete units [Pt(CCBut){(PPh2O)2H}(PPh2O)] - joined by two Tl(i) centres via Tl-O and Pt-Tl bonds. Despite the existence of Pt-Tl interactions, they do not show luminescence. This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry.