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Title: Mixed Metal Acetylide Complexes
Authors: Mathur, Pradeep
Chatterjee, S
Avasare, Vidya D
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Advances in Organometallic Chemistry, Vol 55, P 201-277
Abstract: Complexes containing C2 hydrocarbyl ligands occupy a very important position in the development of di-, tri- and polynuclear organometallic chemistry. Recognition that monovalent anions of alk-1-ynes, [RCC]¯ are isoelectronic to cyanide ion and CO prompted the first preparation of metal alkynyl complexes in 1953.1,2 Since then, a number of synthetic strategies have been developed and chemistry of metal acetylide complexes has grown tremendously.3-12 Ability of the alkynyl part (-CCR) of the metal acetylides to bind to metal centres in a variety of bonding modes enables a large number of acetylide – bridged polynuclear complexes to be synthesised.13-26 The presence of metal and electron - rich CC moiety in acetylide complexes facilitates cluster growth reactions, and frequently, coupling of acetylide moieties to form polycarbon chains on cluster frameworks is observed.27-30 In this review, focus is given on mixed – metal acetylide complexes which have been prepared from metal –...
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URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0065-3055(07)55004-5
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