Peri-substituted phosphorus-tellurium systems – an experimental and theoretical investigation of the P∙∙∙Te through-space interaction
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A series of peri-substituted phosphorus-tellurium systems R’Te–Acenap–PR2 (R’ = Ph, p-An, Nap, Mes, Tip; R = iPr, Ph) exhibiting large “through space” spin-spin coupling constants and the “onset” of three-centre four-electron type interactions are presented. The influence of the substituents at the phosphorus and tellurium atoms as well as their behavior upon oxidation (with S, Se) or metal-coordination (Pt, Au) is discussed using NMR spectroscopy, single crystal X-ray diffraction, and advanced DFT studies including NBO, AIM and ELI-D analyses.
Nordheider , A , Hupf , E , Chalmers , B A , Knight , F R , Buehl , M , Mebs , S , Chęcińska , L , Lork , E , Sanz Camacho , P , Ashbrook , S E , Athukorala Arachchige , K S , Cordes , D B , Slawin , A M Z , Beckmann , J & Woollins , J D 2015 , ' Peri-substituted phosphorus-tellurium systems – an experimental and theoretical investigation of the P∙∙∙Te through-space interaction ' , Inorganic Chemistry , vol. 54 , no. 5 , pp. 2435-2446 . https://doi.org/10.1021/ic503056z
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