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Mario Carrasco, Natalia Curado, Dr. Celia Maya, Dr. Riccardo Peloso, Dr. Amor Rodríguez, Prof. Eliseo Ruiz, Prof. Santiago Alvarez and Prof. Ernesto Carmona Interconversion of Quadruply and Quintuply Bonded Molybdenum Complexes by Reductive Elimination and Oxidative Addition of Dihydrogen Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52

Version of Record online: 1 FEB 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201209064

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Five plus H2 gives four: UV irradiation of a bis(amidinate) complex with a [(H)Mo[QUAD BOND]Mo(H)] core induces reductive elimination of H2 and formation of a known quintuply bonded Mo[BOND]Mo species (see scheme) that reacts back with H2 to restore [(H)Mo[QUAD BOND]Mo(H)]. UV irradiation of the bis(hydride) species in benzene and toluene gives arene complexes in which the aromatic hydrocarbon bridges the molybdenum atoms. Dipp=2,6-diisopropylphenyl.

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