Cooperative bond activations by a tucked-in iron complex.

Chemical communications (Cambridge, England)(2023)

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Herein, we report the first example of a 'tucked-in' iron diphosphine complex, formed through deprotonation of a Cp*-(CH̲) (Cp* = CMe) group by -butyllithium. The reactivity of this complex was demonstrated by activation of organic and metal-containing substates, including CO, benzaldehyde, Br-Au-PPh, B(CF), and HBCy (Cy = cyclohexyl).
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