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Structural and solution calorimetric studies of sulfur binding to nucleophilic carbenes

(2000) INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 39(5). p.1042-1045
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The enthalpy of sulfur atom transfer to stable cyclic carbenes has been measured by solution calorimetry. Absolute values of the R2C=S bond strengths (approximate to 100 kcal/mol) are in a range comparable to those of R3P=S bond strengths. These data are compared to reported enthalpies of binding of carbenes and phosphines to metal complexes. Similar patterns of donor abilities are displayed for both oxidative addition of sulfur and binding to metal complexes.
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STABLE CARBENE, ATOM-TRANSFER, THERMOCHEMISTRY, REACTIVITY, SELENIUM, SILICON, HEATS

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Huang, Jinkun et al. “Structural and Solution Calorimetric Studies of Sulfur Binding to Nucleophilic Carbenes.” INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 39.5 (2000): 1042–1045. Print.
APA
Huang, Jinkun, Schanz, H.-J., Stevens, E., Nolan, S., Capps, K. B., Bauer, A., & Hoff, C. D. (2000). Structural and solution calorimetric studies of sulfur binding to nucleophilic carbenes. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 39(5), 1042–1045.
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Huang, Jinkun, Hans-Jörg Schanz, ED Stevens, Steven Nolan, Kenneth B Capps, Andreas Bauer, and Carl D Hoff. 2000. “Structural and Solution Calorimetric Studies of Sulfur Binding to Nucleophilic Carbenes.” Inorganic Chemistry 39 (5): 1042–1045.
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Huang, Jinkun, Hans-Jörg Schanz, ED Stevens, Steven Nolan, Kenneth B Capps, Andreas Bauer, and Carl D Hoff. 2000. “Structural and Solution Calorimetric Studies of Sulfur Binding to Nucleophilic Carbenes.” Inorganic Chemistry 39 (5): 1042–1045.
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Huang J, Schanz H-J, Stevens E, Nolan S, Capps KB, Bauer A, et al. Structural and solution calorimetric studies of sulfur binding to nucleophilic carbenes. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 2000;39(5):1042–5.
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J. Huang et al., “Structural and solution calorimetric studies of sulfur binding to nucleophilic carbenes,” INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, vol. 39, no. 5, pp. 1042–1045, 2000.
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  abstract     = {The enthalpy of sulfur atom transfer to stable cyclic carbenes has been measured by solution calorimetry. Absolute values of the R2C=S bond strengths (approximate to 100 kcal/mol) are in a range comparable to those of R3P=S bond strengths. These data are compared to reported enthalpies of binding of carbenes and phosphines to metal complexes. Similar patterns of donor abilities are displayed for both oxidative addition of sulfur and binding to metal complexes.},
  author       = {Huang, Jinkun and Schanz, Hans-Jörg and Stevens, ED and Nolan, Steven and Capps, Kenneth B and Bauer, Andreas and Hoff, Carl D},
  issn         = {0020-1669},
  journal      = {INORGANIC CHEMISTRY},
  keywords     = {STABLE CARBENE,ATOM-TRANSFER,THERMOCHEMISTRY,REACTIVITY,SELENIUM,SILICON,HEATS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {1042--1045},
  title        = {Structural and solution calorimetric studies of sulfur binding to nucleophilic carbenes},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic990906+},
  volume       = {39},
  year         = {2000},
}

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