M-C Bond Homolysis in Coinage-Metal M(CF₃)₄⁻ Derivatives.

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Summary of "M-C Bond Homolysis in Coinage-Metal M(CF₃)₄⁻ Derivatives."

A comparative study of the homoleptic [M(CF₃)₄]⁻ complexes of all three coinage metals (M = Cu, Ag, Au) reveals that homolytic M-C bond cleavage is favoured in every case upon excitation in the gas phase (CID-MS²). Homolysis also occurs in solution by photochemical excitation. Transfer of the photo-generated CF₃• radicals to both aryl and alkyl carbon atoms was also confirmed. The observed behaviour is rationalized attending to the electronic structure of the involved species, which all show ligand-field inversion. Moreover, the homolytic path gives experimental proof of the marked covalent character of the M-C bond. The relative stability of these M-C bonds has been evaluated by energy-resolved mass spectrometry (ERMS) and follows the order: Cu < Ag < Au. The qualitatively similar and rather uniform behaviour experimentally observed for all three coinage metals gives no ground to suggest variation in the metal oxidation state along the group.


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Name: Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English)
ISSN: 1521-3773


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