Atom Transfer Radical Addition Catalyzed by Ruthenium–Arene Complexes Bearing a Hybrid Phosphine–Diene Ligand

Abstract : The synthesis and characterization of a series of arene ruthenium complexes bearing either (3,5-cycloheptadienyl)diphenylphosphine or (cycloheptyl)-diphenylphosphine are reported. Upon irradiation or heating, all these complexes lose their arene ligand but then exhibit a different behavior depending on the nature of the phosphine ligand. (Cycloheptadienyl)phosphine complexes 1 and 3 give a cationic dinuclear Ru complex 5 for which the two Ru atoms are bridged by three chlorido ligands and flanked by two tridendate (cycloheptadienyl)phosphines. (Cycloheptyl)-diphenylphosphine complexes 2 and 4 undergo arene exchange when toluene is used as solvent or degrade in dithloromethane. ATRA catalytic trials conducted in parallel with these complexes using CCl4 and styrene as standard substrates, highlighted the deep impact of the dienyl moiety on the results. Under smooth conditions (UV irradiation or moderate heating), only (cycloheptyl)phosphine derivatives give Karasch adduct in satisfactory yields. Their performance was considerably improved by combining irradiation and heating. At higher temperature, cationic dinuclear complex 5 was revealed as active and robust, giving turnover numbers as high as 9700 when tetradecene and CCl4 were used as substrates.
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Florian Chotard, Raluca Malacea-Kabbara, Cédric Balan, Ewen Bodio, Michel Picquet, et al.. Atom Transfer Radical Addition Catalyzed by Ruthenium–Arene Complexes Bearing a Hybrid Phosphine–Diene Ligand. Organometallics, American Chemical Society, 2018, 37 (5), pp.812 - 820. ⟨https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.organomet.7b00851⟩. ⟨10.1021/acs.organomet.7b00851⟩. ⟨hal-01857060⟩

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