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Author Kubas, Gregory J., 1945-

Title Metal dihydrogen and [sigma]-bond complexes / Gregory J. Kubas.

Published New York ; London : Kluwer Academic/Plenum, [2001]
©2001

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Physical description xvi, 472 pages ; 26 cmMetal dihydrogen and [sigma]-bond complexes.
Series Modern inorganic chemistry.
Modern inorganic chemistry.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1.1. Nonclassical Bonding in [sigma] Complexes 1 -- 1.2. Small-Molecule Activation on Transition Metal Complexes 5 -- 1.3. [sigma] Complexes As "Arrested Intermediates" along the Reaction Coordinate for [sigma]-Bond Cleavage 7 -- 1.4. Importance of Backdonation in [sigma]-Bond Coordination and Cleavage 10 -- 1.5. Reactivity of [sigma]-Complexes: [sigma]-Bond Metathesis, Acidity, and Heterolytic Cleavage of X-H Bonds 12 -- 2. Background and Discovery of Dihydrogen Coordination 17 -- 2.1. Homogeneous Activation of Dihydrogen on Metal Complexes 17 -- 2.2. Discovery of Dihydrogen Complexes 20 -- 3. Synthesis and General Properties of Dihydrogen Complexes 33 -- 3.1 Stable Dihydrogen Complexes 33 -- 3.2. Dihydrogen Complexes Unstable at Room Temperature 48 -- 4. Bonding and Activation of Dihydrogen and [sigma] Ligands: Theory versus Experiment 59 -- 4.2. Development of the Theoretical Aspects of Metal-Dihydrogen Bonding and Calculational Methodologies 61 -- 4.3. Theoretical Studies of Oxidative Addition of Dihydrogen 63 -- 4.4. Palladium (Dihydrogen)--The First Prediction of a Stable Dihydrogen Complex 67 -- 4.5. Theoretical Studies of M(CO)[subscript 3](PR[subscript 3])[subscript 2](H[subscript 2]) and Bonding Model for Dihydrogen Coordination 69 -- 4.6. Relative Strengths of Dihydrogen as a [pi] Acceptor and as a Donor Ligand Compared to Other Ligands 75 -- 4.7. Dihydrogen versus Dihydride Coordination: Activation of Dihydrogen toward Oxidative Addition 79 -- 4.8. Polyhydride-Dihydrogen Complexes 107 -- 4.9. Cp and Tp Complexes, Including d[superscript 0] Systems 111 -- 4.10. Polyhydride Complexes with CO versus Halide Ligands 114 -- 4.11. Interaction of a Coordinated [sigma] Bond with a cis Ligand: The cis Effect in Hydride-Dihydrogen Complexes 115 -- 4.12. Intramolecular Hydrogen Exchange, Polyhydrogen Complexes, and [sigma]-Bond Metathesis 121 -- 4.13. Dihydrogen and Methane Binding to Naked Metal Ions 128 -- 4.14. Interaction of Dihydrogen with Metal Surfaces, Metal Oxides and Hydrides, and Nontransition Metal Systems 131 -- 5. Structural and NMR Studies of Dihydrogen Complexes 143 -- 5.2. Diffraction Methods 145 -- 5.3. Solid State NMR 148 -- 5.4. Solution NMR: J[subscript HD] Coupling and Isotope Effects 150 -- 5.5. NMR Relaxation Time T[subscript 1], Deuterium Quadrupole Coupling, and Effects of Dihydrogen Rotation 158 -- 5.6. H-H Distance and Other Crystallographic and Structural Aspects of Dihydrogen Coordination 164 -- 6. Intramolecular Dynamics of Dihydrogen-Hydride Ligand Systems: Hydrogen Rotation, Exchange, and Quantum-Mechanical Effects 171 -- 6.2. Dihydrogen Rotation in M([eta superscript 2]-H[subscript 2]) 173 -- 6.3. Intramolecular Hydrogen Rearrangement and Exchange 187 -- 7. Thermodynamics, Kinetics, and Isotope Effects of the Binding and Cleavage of [sigma] Ligands versus Classical Ligands 207 -- 7.1. Themodynamics of Dihydrogen and [sigma]-Bond Coordination to Metal Centers 207 -- 7.2. Binding Strength of Dihydrogen and [sigma] Ligands versus Classical Ligands; Importance of Entropy 213 -- 7.3. Kinetics of Formation and Substitution of Dihydrogen, Alkane, and Related [sigma] Ligands 222 -- 7.4. Reaction Profiles and Kinetics for Coordination and Oxidative Addition of Dihydrogen and Other [sigma] Ligands 226 -- 7.5. Isotope Effects in [sigma]-Ligand Coordination and Oxidative Addition 233 -- 8. Vibrational Studies of Coordinated Dihydrogen 245 -- 8.1. Vibrational Modes for [eta superscript 2]-H[subscript 2] 245 -- 8.2. Normal Coordinate Analysis of W(H[subscript 2])(CO)[subscript 3](PCy[subscript 3])[subscript 2] 249 -- 8.3. Bonding Character of Dihydrogen Complexes Suggested by Vibrational Analysis 253 -- 8.4. Highly Mixed H-H and M-H[subscript 2] Modes in Elongated Dihydrogen Complexes: New Normal-Mode Definitions 255 -- 9. Reactions and Acidity of Dihydrogen Complexes 259 -- 9.2. Homolytic Splitting of Coordinated Dihydrogen 261 -- 9.3. Isotopic Exchange and Other Intramolecular Hydrogen Exchange Reactions 265 -- 9.4. Heterolytic Cleavage and Acidity of Coordinated Dihydrogen 270 -- 9.5. Catalytic Hydrogenation and Related Reactions 284 -- 10. Activation of Hydrogen and Related Small Molecules by Metalloenzymes and Sulfur Ligand Systems 297 -- 10.1. Hydrogenases: Biorganometallic Formation and Splitting of Dihydrogen 297 -- 10.2. Nitrogenases and Nitrogen Fixation 312 -- 10.3. Hydrocarbon Activation by Oxygenase Enzymes 316 -- 10.4. Models for Biological and Industrial Activation of Hydrogen on Sulfur Ligands and Sulfides 319 -- 11. Coordination and Activation of Si-H, Ge-H, and Sn-H Bonds 327 -- 11.2. Synthesis and Characterization of M([eta superscript 2]-Si-H) Complexes 330 -- 11.3. Si-H Bonding to Metals Compared to M-H[subscript 2] Bonding 342 -- 11.4. Reactions and Dynamics of [sigma]-Silane Complexes 352 -- 11.5. Germane and Stannane [sigma] Complexes 357 -- 12. C-H Bond Coordination and Activation 365 -- 12.2. Agostic C-H Coordination and Cyclometallation 367 -- 12.3. Alkane Coordination 383 -- 12.4. Evidence for [sigma] Complexes in the Oxidative Addition and Reductive Elimination of C-H Bonds 395 -- 13. Coordination and Activation of B-H and Other X-H and X-Y Bonds 417 -- 13.1. B-H Bonds 417 -- 13.2. X-H [sigma] Interactions Where X Is Also a Lone-Pair Donor (N, P, S) 429 -- 13.3. Interactions of [sigma] Bonds X-Y Where X and Y Are Not Hydrogen 431 -- 13.4. Summary and a Glance to the Future 436.
Summary According to R.H. Crabtree, Metal Dihydrogen and sigma-Bond Complexes is described as the definitive account of twentieth-century work in the area of sigma complexation'. It covers not only Kubas' discovery of dihydrogen coordination and the study of its structure and general properties but also discusses both the theoretical beliefs and experimental results of bonding and activation of dihydrogen on metal centers and the coordination and activation of C-H, B-H, X-H, and X-Y bonds, giving an overview of one of the hottest areas in chemistry'.
Subject Metal complexes.
Hydrogen.
Chemical bonds.
Variant Title Metal dihydrogen and [sigma]-bond complexes : structure, theory, and reactivity.
ISBN 0306464659 £65.55
0306464659