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Substituent effects in the hydrosilylation of coordinated dinitrogen in a ditantalum complex: Cleavage and functionalization of N-2

TitleSubstituent effects in the hydrosilylation of coordinated dinitrogen in a ditantalum complex: Cleavage and functionalization of N-2
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsMacKay, BA, Munha, RF, Fryzuk, MD
JournalJournal of the American Chemical Society
Volume128
Pagination9472-9483
Date PublishedJul
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number0002-7863
KeywordsCATALYTIC-REDUCTION, END-ON, LIGAND, METAL-COMPLEXES, MOLECULAR NITROGEN, MOLYBDENUM, N BOND-CLEAVAGE, SIDE-ON, TERMINAL ALKYNES, TRIAMIDOAMINE COMPLEXES
Abstract

{The dinitrogen complex ([NPN]Ta)(2)(mu(1)-eta(2):eta(2)-N-2)(mu-H)(2), 1, (where [NPN] = (PhNSiMe2CH2)(2)PPh) undergoes hydrosilylation with primary and secondary alkyl- and arylsilanes, giving a new N-Si bond and a new terminal tantalum hydride derived from one Si-H unit. Various primary silanes can be employed to give isolable complexes of the general formula ([NPN]TaH)(mu-N-N-SiHnR3-n)(mu-H)(2)(Ta[NPN]) (5

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