Inorganic Reactions and Methods, Formation of Bonds to O, S, by J. J. Zuckerman, A. D. Norman

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B. D. Berezin, G. V. Sennikova, Kinet. Catal. (Engl. ), 9, 437 (1968). 1 By Ligand Displacement Reactions with Transition Metal Complexes (i) From Ethers. Although T H F reacts with ZnC1, and M[Hg(SCN),][M = Cu(I1) and Zn(II)] to yield the neutral adducts ZnCl,. 2THF and M[Hg(SCN),]. 2THF and [Zn(THF)6](SbC16)2,respectively'. (ii) From Ketones. Complexes of Cu(II), Ag(I), Au(III), Zn(II), Cd(II), and Hg(I1) with ketones are not known. However, spectroscopic studies in CH2C12 solution give evidence for the formation of [AgL,]BF4 (L = MeCOEt, Et,CO, MeCOPh, p-MeC6H4COMe, and p-C1C6H4COMe) and a solid complex [Ag(pMeC6H4COMe),]BF4 is isolated by cooling the CH2C12solution of the reactants2.

The reaction of PhzZn with PhzCO in refluxing c 6 H ~ M yields e PhZnOCPh33: PhzZn + Ph,CO- PhZnOCPh, (4 However, reactions of RzZn (R = Et3 and i-Bu4; compounds having H attached to the fi-carbon atom) with R'R2C0 result in the elimination of alkene: - EtzZn + Ph,CO(Me,CHCH,),Zn + (Ph)(R)CO EtZnOCHPh, + C2H4 (4 MezCHCHzZnOCH(R)Ph + Me2C=CH2 (e) (R = Me, Et, i-Pr, t-Bu, and CF,) 1 4 ) Inorganic Reactions and Methods, Volume6 Edited by J. J. Zuckerman, A. D. Norman Copyright 0 1998 by Wiley-VCH, Inc.

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