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Reactions of Coordinated Phosphorus and Sulfur Ligands

  • D. M. A. Minahan
  • W. E. Hill
  • C. A. McAuliffe

Abstract

At the start of this Section we would remind readers of a number of excellent review articles and books which give general background to the area covered by this Chapter, viz: a comprehensive survey of P, As, Sb donor chemistry to mid-19721, diphosphine complexes2, an early survey of transition metal complexes,6 fluoralicyclic-P, As complexes,7 phosphite, phosponite and amine-phosphine compounds,8 Lewis base carbonyl complexes,9 reactions of and catalysis by hydrido complexes,10 zerovalent nickel, palladium and platinum complexes,11 cyclophosphines and arsines,12–13 cyclic phosphine complexes,14 olefin — group 5B ligand complexes,15 transition metal cyanide complexes,16 structure of hydride complexes,17 oxidative additions to d8 metal complexes,18 carbene complexes,19 31P nmr spectra of complexes,20 general structure21 and structure of nitrosyl complexes,22,23 reactions of coordinated pnictogens,24 dioxygen complexes,25 open-chain tetradentate26 and tripod tetradentate chelates,27 homogeneous hydrogenations28 and general catalysis,29and a book which acts as a guide to the whole area.30

Keywords

Dalton Trans Tertiary Phosphine Sulfur Ligand Cyclometalated Complex Thioether Ligand 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • D. M. A. Minahan
    • 1
  • W. E. Hill
    • 1
  • C. A. McAuliffe
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryAuburn UniversityUSA
  2. 2.Department of ChemistryUniversity of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology UK

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