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1Author    Indium Gallium, ThalliumG. Erhard Müller, Joachim LachmannRequires cookie*
 Title    Vier-und fünffach koordinierte Organometall-Phosphankomplexe von Aluminium, Gallium, Indium und Thallium Four-and Five-Coordinate Organom etal Phosphine Complexes of Aluminum  
 Abstract    A The organom etal phosphine complexes M L3 (L = [o-(Ph2PCH2)C6H4]"; M = A l3+, G a3+, In3+) are obtained from MC13 and the lithiated ligand in diethyl ether. Tl[o-(Ph2PC H 2)C6H 4]3 is prepared from T1C1 by a disproportionation reaction. M 1 species could not be detected with L as ligand. Al[o-(Ph2PCH 2)C6H4]3 is the first triorganoaluminum bis(phosphine) adduct where C3P2 pentacoordination at aluminum has been definitely proven for both the solution (<5(27A1) = 131 ppm, w 1/2 = 12 kHz) and the solid state (d (A l-P) = 2.676(3)/2.782(2) Ä). The trigonal-bipyramidal coordination geometry (C3P2) at Al is achieved by two o f the anionic phosphines acting as chelating ligands, spanning equatorial (C atoms) and axial sites (P atom s), while the third phosphine is only carbon-bonded. Like A1L3, the heavier congeners M L3 (M = G a, In, Tl) are stereochemically nonrigid molecules in solution. Surprisingly, in the solid state only InL3 resembles the aluminum complex (C3P2 penta-coordination) while G aL 3 and T1L3 contain four-coordinate metal centers (C3P). This may be rationalized by the notice­ ably less polar G a -P bonds as compared to A l-P and I n -P bonds, while in T1L3 the span o f the ligand is not sufficient to allow for chelating coordination at a five-(or six-)coordinate Tl center. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 48b, 1544—1554 (1993); eingegangen am 12. Juli 1993 
  Published    1993 
  Keywords    nionic Benzylphosphines, Main Group Metals, Phosphine Complexes, Crystal Structure 
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 Identifier    ZNB-1993-48b-1544 
 Volume    48