By J. A. McCleverty, T.J. Meyer

ISBN-10: 0080437486

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ISBN-10: 0080443257

ISBN-13: 9780080443256

Accomplished Coordination Chemistry II (CCC II) is the sequel to what has turn into a vintage within the box, complete Coordination Chemistry, released in 1987. CCC II builds at the first and surveys new advancements authoritatively in over 2 hundred newly comissioned chapters, with an emphasis on present developments in biology, fabrics technology and different components of latest medical curiosity.

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Be[N(SiMe3)2]2 þ 2 NaCl Mg(Bun)2 þ 2 HN(SiMe3)2 ! Mg[N(SiMe3)2]2 þ 2 (Bun)H M(NH3)m þ n HNR2 ! M(NR2)n(NH3)m–x þ n/2 H2 þ x NH3 NH3(g) þ THF ! NH3(sat) M þ m NH3(sat) ! M(NH3)m(S)x M(NH3)m(S)x þ n HNR2 ! M(NR2)n(S)x þ n/2 H2 þ m NH3 2 MI[N(SiMe3)2] þ MIIX2 ! MII[N(SiMe3)2]2 þ 2 MIX MI þ xsHNR2 ! MIN(SiMe3)2 þ 1/2 H2 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (7) (7) MI ¼ alkali metal; MII ¼ alkaline-earth metal; X ¼ halide; S ¼ coordinated solvent. (8) (9) Group 1s and 2s Metals Figure 27 29 The structure of the tetrameric mono(trimethylsilyl)amido complex, [CsHN(SiMe3)2]4.

325 Larger clusters are also known; among the first to be structurally authenticated was {Li[N¼C(But)2]}6 (Figure 33);326 the structure of {Li[N¼C(NMe2)2]}6 is similar. Both are based on folded chair-shaped Li6 rings held together by triply bridging N¼CR2 groups; the 3-imino ligands function as three-electron donors, forming one two-center Li—N bond and one three-center Li2N bond to isosceles triangles of bridged metal atoms. 35 A˚ in {Li[N¼C(But)2]}6, and the mean dihedral angle between Li6 chair seats and backs is 85 .

Coupling. 486 Compounds containing a variety of substituted heteroallyl-like ligands, with PCP (bis(phosphino)methanides),487–491 PNP (bis(phosphino)amides),492 NCP,493 PSiP (diphosphasilaallyl),494,495 and PPP (triphosphides)496,497 frameworks are known. Some of these complexes can adopt a variety of coordination modes; in Rb(18-crown-6)(N(PPh2)2), the phosphinoamide is P,Pligated,492 whereas in (THF)3LiN(PPh2)2, the ligand is bound 2-P,N. 498 The utility of some of these complexes as ligand transfer reagents has been investigated.

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