TITLE

A generally applicable synthetic approach for heteroleptic thiolate complexes of bismuth

AUTHOR(S)
Agocs, Lisa; Briand, Glen G; Burford, Neil; Eelman, Melanie D; Aumeerally, Nadia; MacKay, Deanna; Robertson, Katherine N; Cameron, T Stanley
PUB. DATE
June 2003
SOURCE
Canadian Journal of Chemistry;Jun2003, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p632
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
As part of a systematic development of bismuth coordination chemistry, we are exploiting the thermodynamic and hydrolytic stability of Bi—S bonds. A series of heteroleptic thiolate bismuth complexes have been isolated and characterized. The generally applicable synthetic methodology involves the use of hetero-bifunctional ligands containing a thiolate moiety as an anchor to facilitate coordinate interaction of weak donors (carbonyls, amines, hydroxyls) with bismuth. The bifunctional nature of the ligands is manifested in chelating roles. Important comparisons with established thiolate complexes of bismuth are discussed.
ACCESSION #
10559393

 

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