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"Third Generation"-Type Functional Tris(2-pyridyl)borate Ligands and their Transition-Metal Complexes

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"Third Generation"-Type Functional Tris(2-pyridyl)borate Ligands and their Transition-Metal Complexes
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Jeong
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So Yi
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Lalancette
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Roger A.
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Lin
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Huina
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Lupinska
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Patrycja
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Patrick O.
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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author
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John
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Alexandra
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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author
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Sheridan
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John B.
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Jäkle
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Frieder
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Chemistry (Newark)
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Newark College of Arts and Sciences
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Article, Refereed
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Accepted Manuscript (AM)
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Peer reviewed
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2016
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Phenyltris(2-pyridyl)borates (Tpyb) are a promising class of tripodal “scorpionate”-type ligands with potential utility in the development of transition metal complexes with interesting optical, electronic or magnetic properties, and as building blocks to metallosupramolecular polymers. We report here a new class of “third generation”-type Tpyb ligands that contain different functional groups attached to the boron-bound aryl moiety. The synthesis, characterization and metal ion complexation behavior of ligands with iodo and trimethylsilyl groups is discussed. The electrochemical and absorption characteristics of the corresponding low-spin Fe(II) and Ru(II) complexes are compared. We demonstrate the further elaboration of the iodo derivatives with alkynes via Sonogashira-Hagihara coupling, a process that proceeds with high yield for the Fe(II) and Ru(II) complexes, but not for the free ligand. The borylation of the silyl-substituted Ru(II) complex with BBr3 was also investigated. In addition to the expected borylation product, Ru(Tpyb-Bpin)2, the replacement of one (major product) or two phenyl groups is observed, suggesting that electrophilic borylation occurs at both the C(Ph)-Si and the C(Ph)-B aromatic carbons. The successful attachment of a range of different functional groups at the periphery of the Tpyb metal complexes is expected to provide opportunities to access new polymeric materials via C-C coupling or click-type reactions.
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English
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31 p.
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Boron
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Ligands (Biochemistry)
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Borates
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Scorpionates
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Metal complexes
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2016
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Inorganic Chemistry
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3605-3615
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55(7)
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.6b00124
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National Science Foundation
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Frieder Jäkle
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Originator
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John B. Sheridan
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CHE-0956655
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Jäkle, Frieder
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rucore30200000001
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Lalancette, Roger A.
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rucore30200300001
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Lin, Huina
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rucore30200400001
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Sheridan, John B.
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rucore30200500001
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doi:10.7282/T3GF0WK9
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2016-04-04
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2017-03-18
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