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Organometallic Zirconium Compounds in an Oxygen-Rich Coordination Environment: Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Tris(oxoimidazolyl)hydroboratozirconium Compounds

Organometallic Zirconium Compounds in an Oxygen-Rich
Coordination Environment: Synthesis and Structural Characterization
of Tris(oxoimidazolyl)hydroboratozirconium Compounds
Gerard Parkin, Matthew J. Hammond, Ahmed Al-Harbi
Tris(oxoimidazolyl)hydroborato ligands, which serve as L2X [O3] donors, have been employed to obtain organometallic zirconium compounds in an uncommon oxygen-rich coordination environment. For example, Cp[ToMeBenz]ZrCl2, which bears a structural resemblance to the bent metallocene dichloride Cp2ZrCl2 has been synthesized via the reaction of [ToMeBenz]Na with CpZrCl3, while zirconium benzyl compounds [ToRBenz]Zr(CH2Ph)3 (R = Me, But, 1-Ad) have been synthesized via the reactions of [ToRBenz]Tl with Zr(CH2Ph)4.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b02832

DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b02832

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