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On cleavage 5 with bromine, the original ester was obtained with rotation [a]^ — 4°. Since there was a slight change in the rotation of the final product it was assumed that there should be two retentions or two inversions in the process of addition of the optically active ester to the iridium complex and subsequent cleavage. Since the cleavage of alkyl-metal bonds by bromine was found to proceed with retention of configuration [59], it was argued that the addition of ester to the metal ion should also proceed with retention of configuration.

James et al. [178] have reported catalysis by tris(diethyl sulfide)trichlororhodium(III), RhCl 3 (SEt 2 ) 3 , in Λ^,Λ^-dimethylacetamide for the hydrogénation of ethylene and substituted ethylenes. It may be recalled (p. 48) that (PPh 3) 3RhCl is ineffective for the hydrogénation of ethylene because of the formation of a very stable olefin complex. The replacement of the tertiary phosphines by alkyl sulfides in the coordination sphere of rhodium thus alters to a considerable extent its catalytic properties.

If on the other hand Eq. (59) is more appropriate, as suggested above, formula 40 would be modified by replacing the solvent ligand S with a triphenylphosphine group. The rate constant k' for the disappearance of the olefin is given by Eq. (60). 0 atm) 16 1 1 Rhodium(I)-catalyzed hydrogénation of alkenes thus involves (1) activation of molecular hydrogen, (2) activation of the olefin, and (3) hydrogen transfer to the olefin. Activation of molecular hydrogen requires homolytic cleavage of the hydrogen molecule via oxidative addition to form the dihydride.

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