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This delocalization is likely a contributor to the stability of 131. Unlike those in 130, the CO groups in 132 and 133 are readily substituted by donor ligands and treatment with, for example, PEt3 gave near-quantitative conversion to [N(PPh3)2][1-CO-1-PEt3-1-X-2-Ph-hypercloso-1,2-ReCB9H9] [X ¼ Cl (134), I (135)]. The rhenium-bound halide in these products may also be replaced upon reaction with donors L (1 equiv) in the presence of Tl[PF6]. 42 As with the icosahedral monocarbollide-metal species reviewed in the preceding sections, the boron-bound hydrides of 129 and 130 may be abstracted by Me+ and z The descriptor hypercloso is used here for clusters whose shapes are closed triangulated polyhedra, but which have one less electron pair available for skeletal bonding than do conventional closo species, according to traditional electron counting methods.
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Advances in Organometallic Chemistry 53 by Robert West (ed.), Anthony F. Hill (ed.), F. Gordon A. Stone (ed.)