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2 Representation of the sphere used to calculate the %Vbur. 2 Steric Effects in NHC ligands %V bur NHC Uns. Arom. Sat. 3 Et 2 8 F 3 CF3 tBu 4 5 6 iPr iPr F 9 10 11 %Vbur of two popular phosphines, PPh3 and PCy3, as obtained from optimization of (PR3)Ni(CO)3 complexes, is also reported. 3 %Vbur of frequently encountered NHC ligands from the quantum mechanically optimized structure of (NHC)Ir(CO)2Cl complexes from Ref. [22]. For comparison, the dissociation energy and the %Vbur indicated clearly that for NHCs, similarly to phosphines, the steric bulkiness is a key parameter that determines their binding ability to transition metal systems.

These were more localized on the Ge center than in the Si center, in their respective compounds. 21). However, work by Boehme and Frenking emphasized that the influence of π-donation to the carbene/silylene/ germylene center was still a considerable factor [12]. Later studies by Heinemann et al. 22) [13]. The heats of hydrogenation of the silylene and germylene compounds were also found to be less exothermic than those of the corresponding carbene, due to their weaker bonds to hydrogen. Other carbon-centered ligands, flanked by heteroatoms other than nitrogen, are known.

Using reagent-grade solvents under ambient conditions. The free carbene is liberated by heating. While chloride, tetrafluoroborate, hexafluorophosphate, and tosylate salts are typically used when the free carbene is prepared via deprotonation, it has been shown that hydrogen carbonate salts can liberate free carbenes upon thermolysis, without the need to use a base [56b]. These methodologies do present some drawbacks, as thermolysis is typically necessary to liberate the free carbene. If the free carbene is particularly unstable and subsequent reaction with the metal precursor is slow, or if a thermally sensitive organometallic complex is to be formed, decomposition may compromise the yield of the reaction.

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