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Heterobimetallic Complexes of Rhenium and Zinc: Potential Catalysts for Homogeneous Syngas Conversion

West, Nathan M. and Labinger, Jay A. and Bercaw, John E. (2011) Heterobimetallic Complexes of Rhenium and Zinc: Potential Catalysts for Homogeneous Syngas Conversion. Organometallics, 30 (10). pp. 2690-2700. ISSN 0276-7333. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20110824-090934345

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Abstract

6-(Diphenylphosphino)-2,2′-bipyridine (PNN) coordinates to rhenium carbonyls in both κ^1(P) and κ^2(N,N) modes; in the former, the free bpy moiety readily binds to zinc alkyls and halides. [Re(κ^1(P)-PNN)(CO)_5][OTf] reacts with dialkylzinc reagents to form [Re(κ^1(P)-PNN·ZnR)(CO)_4(μ_(2-)C(O)R)][OTf] (R = Me, Et, Bn), in which an alkyl group has been transferred to a carbonyl carbon and the resulting monoalkyl Zn is bound both to the bpy nitrogens and the acyl oxygen. ZnCl_2 binds readily to the bpy group in Re(κ^1(P)-PNN)(CO)_4Me, and the resulting adduct undergoes facile migratory insertion, assisted by the Lewis acidic pendent Zn, to yield Re(κ^1(P)-PNN·ZnCl)(μ_(2-)Cl)(CO)_3(μ_(2-)C(O)Me), in which one of the chlorides occupies the sixth coordination site on Re. Migratory insertion is inhibited by THF or other ethers that can coordinate to ZnCl_2. Migratory insertion is also observed for Re(κ1(P)-PNN)(CO)_4(CH_2Ph) but not for Re(κ^1(P)-PNN)(CO)_4(CH_2OCH_3); coordination of the methoxy oxygen to Zn appears to block its ability to coordinate to the carbonyl oxygen and facilitate migratory insertion. Intramolecular Lewis acid promoted hydride transfer from [(dmpe)_2PtH][PF_6] to a carbonyl in [Re(κ^1(P)-PNN)(CO)_5][OTf] results in formation of a Re–formyl species; additional hydride transfer leads to a novel Re–Zn-bonded product along with some formal dehyde.


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Additional Information:© 2011 American Chemical Society. Received: January 20, 2011. Publication Date (Web): April 26, 2011. We acknowledge Larry Henling and Dr. Mike Day for their assistance with crystallography, Dr. David VanderVelde for his assistance with NMR spectroscopy, Alex Miller for helpful discussions, and the continued generous financial support of BP through the MC2 program. The Bruker KAPPA APEXII X-ray diffractometer was purchased via an NSF CRIF:MU award to the California Institute of Technology (No. CHE-0639094).
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Official Citation: Heterobimetallic Complexes of Rhenium and Zinc: Potential Catalysts for Homogeneous Syngas Conversion Nathan M. West, Jay A. Labinger, John E. Bercaw Organometallics 2011 30 (10), 2690-2700
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