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|Title:||Transition metal, non-metal carbonyl clustrs as supports for unusual acetylide reactivity|
|Publisher:||TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD|
|Citation:||PHOSPHORUS SULFUR AND SILICON AND THE RELATED ELEMENTS,179,899-901|
|Abstract:||Group 16 elements serve as useful bridging and stabilising single atom ligands in mixed-metal carbonyl complexes and impart unusual reactivity on coordinated acetylenic moieties. Reactions of [Fe-3(CO)(9)(mu(3)-E)(2)](E = S, or Se) with mononuclearacetylide complexes, [CPM(CO)(3-x)(CCR)] (M = Mo or W, x = 0, R = Ph; M = Fe, x = 1, R = Ph or ferrocenyl) under facile conditions yield complexes featuring acetylide coupling, acetylide-flip and formation of oxo and acetylide-bridged complexes. In presence of free acetylenes, unusual ligand systems arising from C-S bond formation are observed and under certain conditions, formation of quinones by coupling of acetylenes with carbon monoxide is facilitated.|
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