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Chloridotris[tris(4-fluorophenyl)-phosphine]rhodium(I) methanol solvate

TitleChloridotris[tris(4-fluorophenyl)-phosphine]rhodium(I) methanol solvate
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsLorenzini, F, Patrick, BO, James, BR
JournalActa Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online
Volume64
PaginationM512-U57
Date PublishedApr
ISBN Number1600-5368
Abstract

In the title compound, [RhCl{P(p-FC6H4)(3)}(3)]center dot CH3OH, the Rh atom adopts a distorted square-planar geometry. Rh, Cl and one P atom lie on a mirror plane, as does the solvent molecule. There are two intermolecular hydrogen bonds, one between the methanol O atom and an aryl H atom (2.51 angstrom), and one between the Cl atom and the hydroxy H atom of methanol [2.34 (3) angstrom]. The complex precipitates in trace amounts from a reaction between RhCl(cod)(thp) [cod is 1,5-cyclooctadiene and thp is tris(hydroxymethyl) phosphine] and P(p-FC6H4)(3) under argon in CD3OD. Two C6H4-F units are disordered over two positions; for one the site occupancy factors are ca. 0.53 and 0.47, for the other the values are ca. 0.64 and 0.36. The methyl H atoms of the solvent molecule are disordered across the mirror plane.

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