Addition of Carbon–Fluorine Bonds to a Mg(I)–Mg(I) bond: An Equivalent of Grignard Formation in Solution

DOI: 10.14469/hpc/1726 Metadata

Created: 2016-10-02 13:01

Last modified: 2016-10-03 14:35

Author: Clare Bakewell

Co-author: Andrew White
Co-author: Mark Crimmin

Addition of the carbon–fluorine bond of a series of perfluorinated and polyfluorinated arenes across the Mg–Mg bond of a simple coordination complex proceeds rapidly in solution. The reaction results in the formation of a new carbon–magnesium bond and a new fluorine–magnesium bond and is analogous to Grignard formation in homogeneous solution. Instructions: NMR data for selected compounds X-Y. Version 11 of the Mestrenova software is required to process these files, available from http://mestrelab.com/software/mnova/download/ Download the .mnpub signature file and load it into MestreNova to view the spectra. To view datasets obtained here, Mestrenova need not be licensed.

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10.1021/jacs.6b08104 Addition of Carbon–Fluorine Bonds to a Mg(I)–Mg(I) bond: An Equivalent of Grignard Formation in Solution - Manuscript

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