Interaction of iron carbonyls with Lewis bases View Full Text


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DATE

1996-01

AUTHORS

Yu. A. Belousov, T. A. Belousova

ABSTRACT

The interaction of iron carbonyls Fen(CO)m (wheren = 1,m = 5;n = 2,m = 9;n = 3,m = 12) with anionic Lewis bases (H−, F−, Cl−, Br− , I−, CN−, SCN−, N3−, MeSO3−, MeCO2−, CF3CO2−, S2−, CO32−, and SO42−) passes through two-stage redox-disproportionation. The first stage is the formation of an iron carbonyl-base complex, [Fen(CO)m−1C(O)L]−, and the second is a single-electron reduction of this complex by another molecule of the initial iron carbonyl, giving rise to Fe(l) and Fe(−l) derivatives. More... »

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239-240

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf01433773

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