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Tin–osmium cluster formation with a monomeric tin(II) alkyl: the formation, crystal structure and reactivity of [Os3(µ-H)SnR(CO)10], a formal stannyne complex of the osmium triangle {R = C(SiMe3)2C5H4N-2}

Cardin, C. J., Cardin, D. J., Convery, M. A. and Devereux, M. M. (1991) Tin–osmium cluster formation with a monomeric tin(II) alkyl: the formation, crystal structure and reactivity of [Os3(µ-H)SnR(CO)10], a formal stannyne complex of the osmium triangle {R = C(SiMe3)2C5H4N-2}. Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications (10). pp. 687-688. ISSN 0022-4936

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Abstract/Summary

The monomeric tin(II) species SnR2{R = C(SiMe3)2C5H4N-2} reacts with [Os3(H)2(CO)10] in hexane to give [Os3(µ-H)SnR(CO)10]1 quantitatively; 1 is the first formal stannyne complex of the triosmium nucleus, in which the picoline nitrogen is coordinated to the tin atom, and which is itself also reactive, being a potential precursor to high nuclearity SnOs clusters.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy > Department of Chemistry
ID Code:23809
Publisher:Royal Society of Chemistry

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