Peters, Jonas C. and Thomas, J. Christopher and Thomas, Christine M. and Betley, Theodore A. (2004) Issues Relevant to C-H Activation at Platinum(II): Comparative Studies between Cationic, Zwitterionic, and Neutral Platinum(II) Compounds in Benzene Solution. In: Activation and Functionalization of C-H Bonds. ACS Symposium Series (885). American Chemical Society , Washington, DC, pp. 334-354. ISBN 0841238499 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20111018-083520543
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Cationic late metal systems are being highly scrutinized due to their propensity to mediate so-called electrophilic C-H activation reactions. This contribution compares the reactivity of highly reactive cationic platinum(II) systems with structurally related but neutral species. Our experimental design exploits isostructural neutral and cationic complexes supported by bis(phosphine) ligands amenable to mechanistic examination in benzene solution. The data presented herein collectively suggests that neutral platinum complexes can be equally if not more reactive towards benzene than their cationic counter-parts. Moreover, a number of unexpected mechanistic distinctions between the two systems arise that help to explain their respective reactivity.
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|Additional Information:||© 2004 American Chemical Society. Financial support was provided by the Department of Energy (PECASE), the NSF (CHE-0132216), BP, and the ACS PRF. Larry Henling provided assistance with crystallographic studies.|
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|Deposited By:||Tony Diaz|
|Deposited On:||09 Nov 2011 00:27|
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