ORIGINAL PAPER Synthesis and characterization of cationic dicarbonyl Fe(II) PNP pincer complexes Mathias Glatz1 Christian SchroderHolzhacker1 Bernhard Bichler1 Berthold Stoger2 Kurt Mereiter2 Luis F. Veiros3 Karl Kirchner1 Received: 16 May 2016Accepted: 26 June 2016Published online: 6 August 2016 The synthesis of a series of vanadium, chromium, and manganese PNP complexes of the types [M(PNP)Cl 3 (M V, Cr) and [M(PNP)Cl 2 (M Cr, Mn) is reported.
Vanadium and manganese PNP pincer complexes are described for the first time. All complexes are characterized by their magnetic moments, elemental analysis, and ESI MS. synthesis of aromatic PCP and PNP pincer ligands Gholamhossein Mohammadnezhad1& Saeed Abad1& Hossein Farrokhpour1 Received: 18 May 2017Accepted: 4 July 2017Published online: 18 July 2017 Just like any reaction, ligand design and synthesis are one of the important initial steps in the preparation of the desired Transition metal complexes supported by pincer ligands have many important applications.
Here, the syntheses of fivecoordinate PNP pincersupported Fe complexes of the type (PNP)FeCl2 (PNP HNCH2CH2(PR2)2, R iPr (iPrPNP), tBu (tBuPNP), or cyclohexyl (CyPNP)) are reported. The chloro complex [(PNP)Au(Cl)[OAc F (OAc F OCOCF 3) was synthesized by microwave irradiation of a tetrachloroaurate salt and the neutral PNHP ligand.
Dehalogenation with AgOAc F afforded the complex [(PNP)Au(OAc F)[OAc F. Both complexes were characterized by NMR spectroscopy and Xray using both Fe and Ru complexes supported by a PNP ligand, whereas Schneider has utilized this ligand to prepare the rst examples of square planar Rh, Ru, and Ir nitrides. 7t, w, y In almost all reported complexes supported by PNP ligands, the ligand binds in the expected meridional geometry for a pincer ligand.
Pyrrolylbased pincer complexes of iron Synthesis and electronic structure Author links open overlay panel Nico Ehrlich Dirk Baabe Matthias Freytag Peter G.
Jones Marc D. Walter Show more Synthesis of RutheniumNitrosyl Complexes with PNP Pincer Ligands for Application in Photodynamic Therapy by Corey J. Lager Advisor: Dr. Nicolai Lehnert