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Reactivity of hydride bridges in a high-spin [Fe3([small mu ]-H)3]3+ cluster: reversible H2/CO exchange and Fe-H/B-F bond metathesis

Reactivity of hydride bridges in a high-spin [Fe3([small mu ]-H)3]3+ cluster: reversible H2/CO exchange and Fe-H/B-F bond metathesis
Arnold L. Rheingold, Ricardo Garcia-Serres, Leslie J. Murray, Khalil A. Abboud, Kevin J. Anderton, Brian J. Knight
The triiron trihydride complex Fe3H3L (1) [where L3- is a tris([small beta]-diketiminate)cyclophanate] reacts with CO and with BF3[middle dot]OEt2 to afford (FeICO)2FeII([small mu ]3-H)L (2) and Fe3F3L (3), respectively.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/SC/~3/0JeG0udJDBU/C6SC05583D

DOI: 2017/SC/C6SC05583D

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