Binuclear chalcogenide complex of samarium and ytterbium with pentamethylcyclopentadienyl ligands

A. Yu Konokhova, M. Yu Afonin, T. S. Sukhikh, S. N. Konchenko

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Abstract

Reactions of (FOrmula presented.) and (FOrmula presented.) (Cp* = η5-C5Me5) with polychalcogenide complexes of vanadium [(VMeCp)2(μ-S)(μ,η1:1-S2)(μ,η2:2-S2)], [(VMeCp)2(μ-Se)(μ,η1:1-Se2)(μ,η2:2-Se2)] (MeCp = C5H4Me), and [{V(nacnac)}2(μ-Te)2] ((nacnac) = (HC(C(Me)NC6H3–i-Pr2)2)) are studied. Finally, three chalcogenide complexes of ytterbium and samarium are obtained (FOrmula presented.)·2C7H8 (1·2C7H8), (FOrmula presented.) 0.6·[(Yb$$\text{Cp}_2^*$$)(μ,η1:2-Se2)(FOrmula presented.)]0.4·2C7H8 (2·2C7H8), (FOrmula presented.) ×(μ-Te)]·C7H8 (3·C7H8)) and one polysulfide vanadium complex [(VMeCp)2(μ-S)2(μ,η1:1-S2)] (4). The structure of the complexes is determined by single crystal X-ray diffraction.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1244-1252
Number of pages9
JournalJournal of Structural Chemistry
Volume61
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2020

Keywords

  • binuclear complexes
  • crystal structure
  • samarium
  • selenium
  • sulfur
  • tellurium
  • vanadium
  • ytterbium
  • ACTIVATION
  • CLUSTERS

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