Kinetics and Mechanisms of Ligand Exchange Reactions of Chelate Complexes

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Certain ligand substitution reactions proceed to a complete displacement of the chelate ligand. Certain reactions proceed through a mechanism involving an initial fission of the tungsten-sulfur bond to afford a coordinatively-unsaturated intermediate which is rapidly attacked by chlorobenzene. The resulting solvated intermediate establishes an equilibrium which involves desolvation-solvation. Although main group organometallic chemistry has received a great deal of attention, this discussion will be centered in organotransition metal chemistry, in particular, metal carbonyls.

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Cortés, José E. (José Enrique) May 1989.

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Certain ligand substitution reactions proceed to a complete displacement of the chelate ligand. Certain reactions proceed through a mechanism involving an initial fission of the tungsten-sulfur bond to afford a coordinatively-unsaturated intermediate which is rapidly attacked by chlorobenzene. The resulting solvated intermediate establishes an equilibrium which involves desolvation-solvation. Although main group organometallic chemistry has received a great deal of attention, this discussion will be centered in organotransition metal chemistry, in particular, metal carbonyls.

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Cortés, José E. (José Enrique). Kinetics and Mechanisms of Ligand Exchange Reactions of Chelate Complexes, dissertation, May 1989; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc330827/: accessed September 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .