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A series of ~ a l l y l - F e ( C 0 )cationic ~ complexes has been obtained by treatment of diene-Fe(C0)3 complexes with strong acids such as HBF4 or HC104 (50). These complexes are unusual in that the Fe atom is two electrons short of having the next inert gas configuration. Thus reaction of b~tadiene-Fe(C0)~ with HBF4 produces anti-1-methyl-n-allyliron tricarbonyl fluoroborate (XCI) while protonation of trans-l,3-pentadiene- 35 Diene-Iron Carbonyl Complexes Fe(CO), gives the syn-anti-1,3-dimethyl-n-allyl-Fe(C0)3 salt (XCII).
Weiss, Advun. Chem. Coordination Compounds p. 190 (1959). 129. G. D. S. King, Acta Cryst. 15, 243 (1962). 130. D. A. Brown,J. Inorg. Nucl. C h a . 10,49 (1959). 131. E. H. Braye, L. F. Dahl, W. Hubel, and D. L. Wampler,J. C h a . SOC. 84,4633 (1962). 132. E. Weiss, R. Merenyi, and W. Hubel, C h a . Znd. (London) p. 407 (1960). 133. E. Weiss, R. Merenyi, and W. Hubel, C h a . Ber. 95,1170 (1962). 134. E. Weiss and W. 95,1179 (1962). Reactions of Organotin Hydrides with Organic Compounds HENRY G.
C (Olefin/hydride ratio) = 1. d (Olefinihydride ratio) = 2. 5.
Advances in organometallic chemistry. / Volume 1 by F Gordon A Stone; Robert West