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Interestingly, although bidboron-capped) clathrochelates [M(dioxime),(BR),] have been known for a number of years for M = Co, Fe, and Ru, the BATOs are the first monocapped examples. Crystal structures have been reported for [TcBr(cdoH),(cdo)BRl (R = Me, Bu) and [TcBr(dmgH),(dmg)BRl (R = Me, Bu) (254);the structure of the n-butyl dimethylglyoxime complex is shown in Fig. 8. The six nitrogen atoms form a distorted trigonal prism monocapped by Br, which causes the two flanking dioximes to be spread away by about 20"toward the third dioxime ligand, thus probably precluding the addition of a second boron cap (2541.
Reaction of truns[TcvO2(dmpe),1 with halide may be used to prepare trans-[Tc(dmpe),X,] (1231. The dithiocarbamate is bidentate and the coordination geometry is octahedral. 544 V vs Ag/ AgCl for the Tc(III)/Tc(II)and Tc(II)/Tc(I) couples, respectively, show that dithiocarbamato ligands effectively stabilize the Tc(I1) oxidation state. 41(1) A. 4 BM has been ascribed to partial decomposition (198). E. COMPLEXES WITH SULFUR LIGANDS The reaction of truns-[TcVO(OH)(dmpe),12fwith excess 4-chlorobenzenethiol yields a mixture of the air-stable black cis- and red truns- COORDINATION CHEMISTRY OF TECHNETIUM 25 [Tc(SC6H,C1-p),(dmpe),I,which may be separated by fractional crystallization.
236(4) A, respectively. 477(2) A] (279). G . COMPLEXESWITH MONODENTATE PHOSPHINES AND RELATED LIGANDS The products of the reduction of Tc04- by phosphine/HX (X = C1, Br) depend on the nature of the phosphine and the reaction conditions. With PPh, only trans-[T~'~X,(PPh,),] is formed, whereas the more strongly reducing PR,Ph (R = Me, Et) gives the Tc(1V) complex at a Tc0,- : phoshine ratio of 1 :5 and rner-[T~"~X,(PR,Ph)~l at a ratio of 1 : 15 or higher (280). In MeCN solution, mer-[TcCl,(PMe,Ph),] may be electrochemically oxidized to [Tc'"Cl,(PMezPh)21or [Tc'VC13(PMe,Ph),]C104or reduced to Tc(I1) and Tc(1) phosphine complexes (2831.