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Counter-ion Effects Switch Ligand Binding From C-2 to C-5 in Kinetic Carbenes Formed From an Imidazolium Salt and IrH5(PPh3)2
Chemical Communications
  • Anes Kovacevic
  • Stephan Grundemann
  • John R. Miecznikowski, Fairfield University
  • Eric Clot
  • Odile Eisenstein
  • Robert H. Crabtree
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2002
Abstract
Changing the counter-anion in 2-pyridylmethyl imidazolium salts (Br, BF4, PF6, SbF6) causes their kinetic reaction products with IrH5(PPh3)2 to be switched from normal C-2 to abnormal C-5 binding.
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Published Citation
Kovacevic, A.; Gründemann, S.; Miecznikowski, J.R.; Clot, E.; Eisenstein, O.; Crabtree, R.H. “Counter-ion Effects Switch Ligand Binding From C-2 to C-5 in Kinetic Carbenes Formed From an Imidazolium Salt and IrH5(PPh3)2.” Chemical Communications, 2002, 21, 2580-2581.
DOI
10.1039/b207588c
Citation Information
Anes Kovacevic, Stephan Grundemann, John R. Miecznikowski, Eric Clot, et al.. "Counter-ion Effects Switch Ligand Binding From C-2 to C-5 in Kinetic Carbenes Formed From an Imidazolium Salt and IrH5(PPh3)2" Chemical Communications Vol. 21 (2002)
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