A New Process for C-Si Bond Formation from cis-Alkyl(silyl)platinum(II)Complexes
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The complexes <I>cis</I>-PtR(SiHPh<SUB>2</SUB>)(PMe<SUB>2</SUB>Ph)<SUB>2</SUB> (R = Me, Et, Pr, Bu) have been found to undergo two types of C–Si bond formation process. One is a novel reaction process <I>via</I> isomerization to <I>cis</I>-PtH(SiRPh<SUB>2</SUB>)(PMe<SUB>2</SUB>Ph)<SUB>2</SUB>, and the other is C–Si reductive elimination involving prior displacement of a PMe<SUB>2</SUB>Ph ligand with diphenylacetylene added to the system.
- Chemistry Letters
Chemistry Letters 1999(12), 1289-1290, 1999-12-05
The Chemical Society of Japan