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Crystal structure of μ-1κC:2(η(2))-carbonyl-carbonyl-1κC-chlorido-2κCl-μ-chlorido-borylene-1:2κ(2) B:B-[1(η(5))-penta-methyl-cyclo-penta-dien-yl](tri-cyclo-hexyl-phosphane-2κP)iron(II)platinum(II) benzene monosolvate.

Braunschweig H, Kramer T - Acta Crystallogr Sect E Struct Rep Online (2014)

Bottom Line: In the mol-ecular structure of the dinuclear title compound [η(5)-(C5(CH3)5)(CO)Fe{(μ-BCl)(μ-CO)}PtCl(P(C6H11)3)]·C6H6, the two metal atoms, iron(II) and platinum(II), are bridged by one carbonyl (μ-CO) and one chlorido-borylene ligand (μ-BCl).The Pt(II) atom is additionally bound to a chloride ligand situated trans to the bridging borylene, and a tri-cyclo-hexyl-phosphane ligand (PCy3) trans to the carbonyl ligand, forming a distorted square-planar structural motif at the Pt(II) atom.The Fe(II) atom is bound to a penta-methyl-cyclo-penta-dienyl ligand [η(5)-C5(CH3)5] and one carbonyl ligand (CO), forming a piano-stool structure.

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Affiliation: Institut für Anorganische Chemie, Universität Würzburg, Am Hubland, D-97074 Würzburg, Germany.

ABSTRACT
In the mol-ecular structure of the dinuclear title compound [η(5)-(C5(CH3)5)(CO)Fe{(μ-BCl)(μ-CO)}PtCl(P(C6H11)3)]·C6H6, the two metal atoms, iron(II) and platinum(II), are bridged by one carbonyl (μ-CO) and one chlorido-borylene ligand (μ-BCl). The Pt(II) atom is additionally bound to a chloride ligand situated trans to the bridging borylene, and a tri-cyclo-hexyl-phosphane ligand (PCy3) trans to the carbonyl ligand, forming a distorted square-planar structural motif at the Pt(II) atom. The Fe(II) atom is bound to a penta-methyl-cyclo-penta-dienyl ligand [η(5)-C5(CH3)5] and one carbonyl ligand (CO), forming a piano-stool structure. Additionally, one benzene solvent mol-ecule is incorporated into the crystal structure, positioned staggered relative to the penta-methyl-cyclo-penta-dienyl ligand at the Fe(II) atom, with a centroid-centroid separation of 3.630 (2) Å.

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Mentions: The orientation of the benzene solvent mol­ecule in the crystal structure of (I) with its staggered conformation with respect to the (penta­meth­yl)cyclo­penta­dienyl ligand and a centroid–centroid distance of 3.630 (2) Å (Fig. 1 ▶) raises the possibility of inter­molecular inter­actions, such as π–π stacking. However, as no further inter­actions are detected in the crystal structure (Fig. 2 ▶), it seems that the benzene mol­ecule occupies a free void in the asymmetric unit and mainly supports the crystallization process.


Crystal structure of μ-1κC:2(η(2))-carbonyl-carbonyl-1κC-chlorido-2κCl-μ-chlorido-borylene-1:2κ(2) B:B-[1(η(5))-penta-methyl-cyclo-penta-dien-yl](tri-cyclo-hexyl-phosphane-2κP)iron(II)platinum(II) benzene monosolvate.

Braunschweig H, Kramer T - Acta Crystallogr Sect E Struct Rep Online (2014)

Packing plot of the title compound.
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fig2: Packing plot of the title compound.
Mentions: The orientation of the benzene solvent mol­ecule in the crystal structure of (I) with its staggered conformation with respect to the (penta­meth­yl)cyclo­penta­dienyl ligand and a centroid–centroid distance of 3.630 (2) Å (Fig. 1 ▶) raises the possibility of inter­molecular inter­actions, such as π–π stacking. However, as no further inter­actions are detected in the crystal structure (Fig. 2 ▶), it seems that the benzene mol­ecule occupies a free void in the asymmetric unit and mainly supports the crystallization process.

Bottom Line: In the mol-ecular structure of the dinuclear title compound [η(5)-(C5(CH3)5)(CO)Fe{(μ-BCl)(μ-CO)}PtCl(P(C6H11)3)]·C6H6, the two metal atoms, iron(II) and platinum(II), are bridged by one carbonyl (μ-CO) and one chlorido-borylene ligand (μ-BCl).The Pt(II) atom is additionally bound to a chloride ligand situated trans to the bridging borylene, and a tri-cyclo-hexyl-phosphane ligand (PCy3) trans to the carbonyl ligand, forming a distorted square-planar structural motif at the Pt(II) atom.The Fe(II) atom is bound to a penta-methyl-cyclo-penta-dienyl ligand [η(5)-C5(CH3)5] and one carbonyl ligand (CO), forming a piano-stool structure.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Institut für Anorganische Chemie, Universität Würzburg, Am Hubland, D-97074 Würzburg, Germany.

ABSTRACT
In the mol-ecular structure of the dinuclear title compound [η(5)-(C5(CH3)5)(CO)Fe{(μ-BCl)(μ-CO)}PtCl(P(C6H11)3)]·C6H6, the two metal atoms, iron(II) and platinum(II), are bridged by one carbonyl (μ-CO) and one chlorido-borylene ligand (μ-BCl). The Pt(II) atom is additionally bound to a chloride ligand situated trans to the bridging borylene, and a tri-cyclo-hexyl-phosphane ligand (PCy3) trans to the carbonyl ligand, forming a distorted square-planar structural motif at the Pt(II) atom. The Fe(II) atom is bound to a penta-methyl-cyclo-penta-dienyl ligand [η(5)-C5(CH3)5] and one carbonyl ligand (CO), forming a piano-stool structure. Additionally, one benzene solvent mol-ecule is incorporated into the crystal structure, positioned staggered relative to the penta-methyl-cyclo-penta-dienyl ligand at the Fe(II) atom, with a centroid-centroid separation of 3.630 (2) Å.

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