ATP3 and MTP3: Easily Prepared Stable Perruthenate Salts for Oxidation Applications in Synthesis
Peter W. Moore, Christopher D. G. Read, Paul V. Bernhardt, Craig M. Williams*
*School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, Email: c.williams3uq.edu.au
P. W. Moore, C. D. G. Read, P. V. Bernhardt, C. M. Williams, Chem. Eur. J., 2018, 24, 4556-4561.
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The mild instability of the Ley-Griffith catalyst (TPAP) creates preparation, storage, and reaction reproducibility issues, due to unpreventable slow decomposition. A set of readily synthesized, bench stable, phosphonium perruthenates (ATP3 and MTP3) mirror the reactivity of TPAP, but avoid storage decomposition issues.
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