Title

Carbon-fluorine bond hydrogenolysis in perfluoroethyl-iridium complexes to give HFC-134a involves heterolytic activation of H2

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

7-22-2002

Abstract

Carbon-fluorine bond hydrogenolysis in perfluoroethyl-iridium complexes was discussed. Heterolytic activation of the H2 molecule at iridium was performed. It was found that the displacement of water results in the heterolytic activation of H2. It was also found that C-F activation occurs by protonation of the α-CF bond.

Publication Source (Journal or Book title)

Organometallics

First Page

3085

Last Page

3087

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