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A new generation of functional tris(2-pyridylborate) ligands and their complexation with iron(II) and ruthenium(II) ions is presented. Single-crystal X-ray structures and solution NMR and UV−vis data are consistent with a low-spin d6 configuration, and electrochemical data reveal a pronounced influence of both the central metal and the aryl substituents on the redox properties. Further functionalization of the preformed metal complexes with alkynyl moieties and boronic ester groups is also demonstrated.
Phenyltris(2-pyridyl)borates (Tpyb) are a promising class of tripodal “scorpionate”-type ligands with potential utility in the development of transition-metal complexes with interesting optical, electronic, or magnetic properties and as building blocks to metallosupramolecular polymers. We report here a new class of “third-generation”-type Tpyb ligands that contain different functional groups attached to the boron-bound aryl moiety. The synthesis, characterization, and metal-ion complexation behavior of ligands with iodo and trimethylsilyl groups are discussed. The electrochemical and absorption characteristics of the corresponding low-spin iron(II) and ruthenium(II) complexes are compared. We demonstrate the further elaboration of iodo derivatives with alkynes via Sonogashira–Hagihara coupling, a process that proceeds with high yield for the iron(II) and ruthenium(II) complexes but not for the free ligand. Borylation of the silyl-substituted ruthenium(II) complex with BBr3 was also investigated. In addition to the expected borylation product Ru(Tpyb-Bpin)2, the replacement of one (major product) or two phenyl groups is observed, suggesting that electrophilic borylation occurs at both the C(Ph)-Si and the C(Ph)-B aromatic carbon atoms. The successful attachment of a range of different functional groups at the periphery of the Tpyb metal complexes is expected to provide opportunities to access new polymeric materials via C–C coupling or click-type reactions.
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