The electron-poorphosphines P{C6H3(CF3)(2)-3,5}(3) and P(C6F5)(3) do not mimic phosphites as ligands for hydroformylation. A comparison of the coordination chemistry of P{C6H3(CF3)(2)-3,5}(3) and P(C6F5)(3) and the unexpectedly low hydroformylation activity of their rhodium complexes

M L Clarke, D Ellis, K L Mason, A G Orpen, P G Pringle, R L Wingad, D A Zaher, R T Baker

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