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Exploiting a substituted dihydrotriazinide as a novel bulky ligand: synthesis and crystal structure of a rubidium complex with an unprecedented tetrameric cyclic core

Clegg, W and Drummond, A M and Mulvey, Robert and OShaughnessy, P (1997) Exploiting a substituted dihydrotriazinide as a novel bulky ligand: synthesis and crystal structure of a rubidium complex with an unprecedented tetrameric cyclic core. Chemical Communications (14). pp. 1301-1302. ISSN 1359-7345

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Abstract

A metal exchange reaction between the alkoxide (BuORb)-O-t and a dihydrotriazinidolithium complex in tetrahydrofuran (thf) has yielded the first reported triazinidorubidium species, in the bis(thf) solvate of 4-n-butyl-4-tert-butyl-2,6-diphenyl-1,4-dihydro-s-triazinido-1-rubidium, which exists as a unique cyclic tetramer in the solid state having an unprecedented sixteen-membered (NCNRb)(4) ring core.