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Cationic, four-co-ordinate, bis(organotransition metal)bismuth(III) complexes

Carmalt, CJ; Farrugia, LJ; Norman, NC; (1996) Cationic, four-co-ordinate, bis(organotransition metal)bismuth(III) complexes. J CHEM SOC DALTON (4) 455 - 459.

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Abstract

The ionic complex [Bi{OP(NMe(2))(3)}(2){Fe(CO)(2)(eta-C5H5)}(2)][PF6] has been prepared and its crystal structure determined and compared with that of the valence isoelectronic anion [BiCl2{Fe(CO)(2)(eta-C5H5)}(2)](-). Both structures have a four-co-ordinate bismuth centre with a geometry best described as equatorially vacant, trigonal bipyramidal in which the Fe(CO)(2)(eta-C5H5) fragments are in the equatorial positions. The structure of [BiCl{Mo(CO)(3)(eta-C(5)H(4)Me)}(2)] has also been determined and is compared with that of [BiCl{Mo(CO)(3)-(eta-C5H5)}(2)].

Type:Article
Title:Cationic, four-co-ordinate, bis(organotransition metal)bismuth(III) complexes
Keywords:RAY CRYSTAL-STRUCTURES, BISMUTH COMPLEXES, MAIN GROUP, 10-ELECTRON, 4-COORDINATE
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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