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C-F bond activation by transient phosphenium dications
C–F bond cleavage by transient phosphorus(III)-based dications [RP(C(PPh3)2)]2+ (4a2+, R = Ph; 4b2+, R = 4-F-Ph) is reported. These dications were generated by reaction of the corresponding monocationic precursors with ...
Extending the chemistry of carbones : P-N bond cleavage via an SN2′-like mechanism
The reactivity of nucleophilic carbodiphosphorane (C(PPh3)2, 1) and carbodicarbene (C(C(NMe)2C6H4)2, 2) towards various dichlorophosphines has been explored. In most cases the expected carbone-for-chloride ligand exchange ...
Synthesis of N-heterocyclic carbene stabilized catecholatoborenium cations by ligand substitution
Ligand substitution is not a common procedure for the preparation of different borenium cations. This work demonstrates that the chloride ligands of several NHC-stabilized dichloroborenium cations [NHC·BCl2][X] (NHC = ...
Counterion dependence on the synthetic viability of NHC-stabilized dichloroborenium cations
The synthetic viability of several N-heterocyclic carbene stabilized dichloroborenium cations [NHC·BCl2]+ (NHC = (RC)2(NR′)2C; 1, R = R′ = Me; 2, R = H, R′ = iPr; 3, R = Me, R′ = iPr; 4, R = H, R′ = tBu; 5, R = H, R′ = ...