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Phosphaguanidines as Scaffolds for Multimetallic Complexes Containing Metal-Functionalized Phosphines

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posted on 07.04.2008, 00:00 by Joanna Grundy, Natalie E. Mansfield, Martyn P. Coles, Peter B. Hitchcock
Phospha(III)guanidines, R2PC{NR′}{NHR′}, have been used to synthesize multimetallic compounds containing combinations of aluminum with platinum or copper, in which the main-group metal is N,N′-bound by an amidinate moiety, thereby generating a metal-functionalized phosphine that bonds to the transition metal through phosphorus.