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Ligand-centred Reactivity In Diiminepyridine Complexes.

Q. Knijnenburg, S. Gambarotta, P. H. Budzelaar
Published 2006 · Chemistry, Medicine

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The diiminepyridine ligand, made famous by Brookhart and Gibson a decade ago through its use in the first iron-containing olefin polymerization catalyst, also displays an amazing variety of ligand-centred reactions, including electron transfer, alkylation, dimerization and deprotonation. The present Perspective summarizes these reactions and also speculates on the links between ligand- and metal-centred reactivity.
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