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Multinuclear and dynamic NMR study of trans-[Pt(Cl)(PHCy2)2(PCy2)], [Pt(Cl)(PHCy2)3][BF4], [Pt(Cl)(PHCy2)3][Cl], trans-[Pt(Cl)(PHCy2)2[P(S)Cy(2)]], and trans-[Pt(Cl)(PHCy2)2[P(O)Cy2]]. Influence of intramolecular P=O...H-P and Cl...H-P interactions on restricted rotation about Pt-P bond. X-ray structure of trans-[Pt(Cl)(PHCy2)2[P(O)Cy2]].

Authors
  • Mastrorilli, Piero
  • Nobile, Cosimo F
  • Latronico, Mario
  • Gallo, Vito
  • Englert, Ulli
  • Fanizzi, Francesco P
  • Sciacovelli, Oronzo
Type
Published Article
Journal
Inorganic chemistry
Publication Date
Nov 28, 2005
Volume
44
Issue
24
Pages
9097–9104
Identifiers
PMID: 16296866
Source
Medline
License
Unknown

Abstract

Dynamic NMR experiments on trans-[Pt(Cl)(PHCy2)2[P(X)Cy2]]z where X is a lone pair (1, z = 0), H (2, z = +1), S (3, z = 0), or O (4, z = 0) show that the rotation around the P(X)-Pt bond is hindered for all molecules studied, with deltaG++ ranging from 8.2 to 11.0 kcal/mol. The highest value of the series was calculated for trans-[Pt(Cl)(PHCy2)2[P(O)Cy2]] (4) where intramolecular P=O...H-P interactions act as a molecular brake at room temperature. Single-crystal X-ray diffraction confirms the presence of both intra and intermolecular P=O...H interactions in solid 4. In the case of [Pt(Cl)(PHCy2)3]Cl, multinuclear NMR analysis indicates the presence of a P-H...Cl- interaction in aromatic or halogenated solvents which could have also a minor effect on the rotational barrier around the P(X)-Pt bond.

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