Unexpected synthesis of an Au2In2 tetrametallatricyclic complex from α-aminophosphines and formation of Au-In-P and Ag-In-P nanomaterials.

Dalton Trans 2015 Oct;44(37):16242-6

Department of Chemistry, National University of Singapore, 3 Science Drive 3, Kent Ridge, Singapore 117543, Singapore.

Four Au-(μ-phosphinite)-In units assemble to form an unprecedented Au2In2 12-membered metallacycle which intersects at the In centres an 8-membered ring containing two In-μ-phosphinate linkages, resulting in a tricyclic structure. Thermal treatment of this complex and of its Ag(I) analog affords Au-In-P and Ag-In-P nanomaterials, respectively.

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