In [PtX(PPh3)3]+ complexes (X = F, Cl, Br, I, AcO, NO3, NO2, H, Me) the mutual cis and trans influences of the PPh3 groups can be considered constants in the first place, therefore the one bond Pt–P coupling constants of P(cis) and P(trans) reflect the cis and trans influences of X. The compounds [PtBr(PPh3)3](BF4) (2), [PtI(PPh3)3](BF4) (3), [Pt(AcO)(PPh3)3](BF4) (4), [Pt(NO3)(PPh3)3](BF4) (5), and the two isomers [Pt(NO2-O)(PPh3)3](BF4) (6a) and [Pt(NO2-N)(PPh3)3](BF4) (6b) have been newly synthesised and the crystal structures of 2 and 4CH2Cl20.25C3H6O have been determined. From the 1JPtP values of all compounds we have deduced the series: I > Br > Cl > NO3 > ONO > F > AcO > NO2 > H >Me (cis influence) and Me > H > NO2 > AcO > I > ONO > Br > Cl > F > NO3 (trans influence). These sequences are like those obtained for the (neutral) cis- and trans-[PtClX(PPh3)2] derivatives, showing that there is no dependence on the charge of the complexes. On the contrary, the weights of both influences, relative to those of X = Cl, were found to depend on the charge and nature of the complex.

Quantification of cis and trans influences in [PtX(PPh3)3]+ complexes. A 31P NMR study / Rigamonti, Luca; Michele, Rusconi; Carlo, Manassero; Mario, Manassero; Alessandro, Pasini. - In: INORGANICA CHIMICA ACTA. - ISSN 0020-1693. - ELETTRONICO. - 363:13(2010), pp. 3498-3505. [10.1016/j.ica.2010.07.002]

Quantification of cis and trans influences in [PtX(PPh3)3]+ complexes. A 31P NMR study

RIGAMONTI, Luca;
2010

Abstract

In [PtX(PPh3)3]+ complexes (X = F, Cl, Br, I, AcO, NO3, NO2, H, Me) the mutual cis and trans influences of the PPh3 groups can be considered constants in the first place, therefore the one bond Pt–P coupling constants of P(cis) and P(trans) reflect the cis and trans influences of X. The compounds [PtBr(PPh3)3](BF4) (2), [PtI(PPh3)3](BF4) (3), [Pt(AcO)(PPh3)3](BF4) (4), [Pt(NO3)(PPh3)3](BF4) (5), and the two isomers [Pt(NO2-O)(PPh3)3](BF4) (6a) and [Pt(NO2-N)(PPh3)3](BF4) (6b) have been newly synthesised and the crystal structures of 2 and 4CH2Cl20.25C3H6O have been determined. From the 1JPtP values of all compounds we have deduced the series: I > Br > Cl > NO3 > ONO > F > AcO > NO2 > H >Me (cis influence) and Me > H > NO2 > AcO > I > ONO > Br > Cl > F > NO3 (trans influence). These sequences are like those obtained for the (neutral) cis- and trans-[PtClX(PPh3)2] derivatives, showing that there is no dependence on the charge of the complexes. On the contrary, the weights of both influences, relative to those of X = Cl, were found to depend on the charge and nature of the complex.
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Quantification of cis and trans influences in [PtX(PPh3)3]+ complexes. A 31P NMR study / Rigamonti, Luca; Michele, Rusconi; Carlo, Manassero; Mario, Manassero; Alessandro, Pasini. - In: INORGANICA CHIMICA ACTA. - ISSN 0020-1693. - ELETTRONICO. - 363:13(2010), pp. 3498-3505. [10.1016/j.ica.2010.07.002]
Rigamonti, Luca; Michele, Rusconi; Carlo, Manassero; Mario, Manassero; Alessandro, Pasini
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