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POP-type ligands: Variable coordination and hemilabile behaviour

POP-type ligands: Variable coordination and hemilabile behaviour
Hemilabile ligands – ligands containing two or more potential donors to a metal centre, of which one or more can dissociate – have the ability to provide a transition metal complex with open coordination sites at which reactivity can occur, or stabilise low coordinate intermediates along reaction pathways. POP-type ligands and in particular POP, Xantphos, DBFphos and DPEphos-based ligands contain three possible binding sites: two phosphines and an ether linker, thus have the potential to show κ1-, κ2- or κ3-binding modes. This review summarises the examples where POP-type ligands display hemilabile,or closely related variable coordination, characteristics in either synthesis or catalysis.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0010854517303363

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