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Rücktitelbild: Silylene–Nickel Promoted Cleavage of B−O Bonds: From Catechol Borane to the Hydroborylene Ligand (Angew. Chem. 26/2017)

Ein Kampf der Bindungen:Silicium(II)‐ und Nickel(0)‐Atome in einem Komplex vereint können die extrem starken B‐O‐Bindungen von Catecholboran, HB(cat), brechen und liefern so den ersten isolierbaren Hydroborylennickel‐Komplex, dessen blaue Farbe den Himmel im Bild füllt. In der Zuschrift auf S. 7578 ff. beschreiben M. Driess et al. die Synthese und die neuartige Reaktivität eines acyclischen Silylennickel(0)‐Komplexes, der den Hydroborylenkomplex liefert und sogar Wasserstoff bei 20 °C und 1 atm aktiviert.

Authors:   Terrance J. Hadlington, Tibor Szilvási, Matthias Driess
Journal:   Angewandte Chemie
Volume:   129
edition:   26
Year:   2017
Pages:   7788
DOI:   10.1002/ange.201704556
Publication date:   29-May-2017
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