A study of trihapto-pentahapto equilibria in heptadienylpalladium(ii) complexes and the possible role of such complexes in metal complex catalysed 1,4-polymerizations of 1,3-butadiene

The position of equilibrium is a function of carboxylate ligand, substituents at position 6 on the heptadienyl ligand, and the solvent

R.P. Hughes; T. Jack; J. Powell

2006

Scholarcy highlights

  • The position of equilibrium is a function of carboxylate ligand, substituents at position 6 on the heptadienyl ligand, and the solvent
  • The dimer monomer rearrangement is fast on the 1H NMR time scale
  • A mechanism is proposed that provides a rationalization for the majority of the factors affecting the initial rate of the nickel complex catalysed polymerization of 1,3-butadiene as reported by Dawans

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