Involvement of titanocene and related species in the reduction of dinitrogen and olefins

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Science
Department Chemistry
Creator Miller, Joel Steven
Other Author Van Tamelen, E. E.; Cretney, W.; Klaentschi, N.
Title Involvement of titanocene and related species in the reduction of dinitrogen and olefins
Date 1972
Description Summary Four sequential products have been spectrally detected in the reduction by sodium of dicyclopentadienyltitanium(iv) dichloride: [(77-Cp)2TiCl]2, [(77-Cp)2-Ti]1-2, [(77-Cp)(C5H4)TiH]x, and (77-Cp)(C5H4)TiH2Ti- (C5H4)(77-Cp) ("stable titanocene"); the second of these reacts rapidly and reversibly with N2 to give a dark blue complex reducible to ammonia and appears to catalyse the cyclopentadienyltitanium-promoted rapid, room temperature-atmospheric pressure hydrogenation of olefins.
Type Text
Publisher Royal Society of Chemistry
Volume 8
First Page 481
Last Page 482
Subject Hydrolysis; Sodium; Pressure
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Van Tamelen, E. E., Cretney, W., Klaentschi, N., & Miller, J. S. (1972). Involvement of titanocene and related species in the reduction of dinitrogen and olefins. Journal Chemical Soceity Chemical Communications, 8, 481-2.
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