The 1,4-diphosphabuta-1,3-diene ligand for coordination of divalent group 13 and 14 elements: A density functional study

Schoeller W, Eisner D (2004)
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 43(8): 2585-2589.

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The 1,4-diphosphabuta-1,3-diene (DPB) ligand as a tool for stabilizing anionic group 13 (B, Al, Ga) and neutral group 14 (C, Si, Ge) cyclic Arduengo-type carbenes is studied by quantum chemical calculations at density functional level. Accordingly, for the former group this ligand is better suited than the corresponding 1,4-diazabuta-1,3-diene (DAB) ligand. It results in larger electron affinities for the corresponding doublet states. For the latter group the DPB ligand yields essentially smaller singlet-triplet separations than the DAB ligand. An exception is the anionic boron compound with relative low singlet stability for both the DAB and DPB ligands.
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Schoeller W, Eisner D. The 1,4-diphosphabuta-1,3-diene ligand for coordination of divalent group 13 and 14 elements: A density functional study. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 2004;43(8):2585-2589.
Schoeller, W., & Eisner, D. (2004). The 1,4-diphosphabuta-1,3-diene ligand for coordination of divalent group 13 and 14 elements: A density functional study. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 43(8), 2585-2589.
Schoeller, W., and Eisner, D. (2004). The 1,4-diphosphabuta-1,3-diene ligand for coordination of divalent group 13 and 14 elements: A density functional study. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 43, 2585-2589.
Schoeller, W., & Eisner, D., 2004. The 1,4-diphosphabuta-1,3-diene ligand for coordination of divalent group 13 and 14 elements: A density functional study. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 43(8), p 2585-2589.
W. Schoeller and D. Eisner, “The 1,4-diphosphabuta-1,3-diene ligand for coordination of divalent group 13 and 14 elements: A density functional study”, INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, vol. 43, 2004, pp. 2585-2589.
Schoeller, W., Eisner, D.: The 1,4-diphosphabuta-1,3-diene ligand for coordination of divalent group 13 and 14 elements: A density functional study. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 43, 2585-2589 (2004).
Schoeller, Wolfgang, and Eisner, D. “The 1,4-diphosphabuta-1,3-diene ligand for coordination of divalent group 13 and 14 elements: A density functional study”. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 43.8 (2004): 2585-2589.
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