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1Author    WilliamS. Sheldrick, Thomas HäuslerRequires cookie*
 Title    Synthesis and Structure of the Hexaethylcyclohexaarsoxane Complexes [{M(CO)3}2{cjc/o-(C2H5AsO)6}], M = Cr, Mo, W  
 Abstract    The hexaethylcyclohexaarsoxane complexes [{M (CO)3}2{c>'c/o-(C2H 5A sO)6}], M = Cr, M o, W, 2 -4 have been prepared by the reaction o f (C2H 5AsO)n with the respective metal hexacar-bonyl in toluene and characterized by their IR and N M R spectroscopic data. For 2 the m olec­ ular structure was established by X-ray structural analysis. The 12 atom s o f the A s60 6 ring form a flattened cuboctahedron in which the 6 oxygen atoms lie in the central equatorial plane. Cr(CO)3 groups are coordinated facially by the upper and lower three arsenic atoms. An ap­ proximately S6 symmetry is displayed by the Cr2A s60 6 core. Average values o f respectively 116.3 and 98.9° are observed for the A s -O -A s and O -A s -O angles in the hexadentate li­ gand. The E l-M S and 'H N M R data for (C2H 5AsO)" suggest that this alkylcycloarsoxane is present in solution as a mixture o f species including trimers and tetramers so that a metal as­ sisted ring expansion is required for the formation o f 2 -4 . 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 48b, 1069—1074 (1993); received April 5 1993 
  Published    1993 
  Keywords    Ethylcycloarsoxane, Tricarbonyl Metal Complexes, Crystal Structure 
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 Identifier    ZNB-1993-48b-1069 
 Volume    48