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Title: Coordination chemistry and catalysis with secondary phosphine oxides
Author: Gallen Ortiz, Albert
Riera i Escalé, Antoni
Verdaguer i Espaulella, Xavier
Grabulosa, Arnald
Keywords: Compostos de coordinació
Compostos fosforosos
Coordination compounds
Phosphorus compounds
Issue Date: 21-Oct-2019
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Abstract: Secondary phosphine oxides present a tautomeric equilibrium between the pentavalent oxide form (SPO) and the trivalent phosphinous acid (PA). This dichotomy is the origin of the rich coordination chemistry of this class of compounds. As the pentavalent oxide form usually predominates, SPOs are air-stable but at the same time metal coordination can shift the tautomerism towards the PA form, making the ligand act as an ordinary trivalent phosphine. For this reason this class of ligands have found application in numerous homogeneously catalysed reactions, including some enantioselective transformations. This review aims to give an up to date account on the synthesis, coordination chemistry and homogeneous catalysis with SPOs.
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It is part of: Catalysis Science & Technology, 2019, vol. 9, num. 20, p. 5504-5561
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ISSN: 2044-4753
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