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Solvent coordination as a rule decreases the reactivity of Ln–R bonds by depolarization, steric saturation, and competition reactions. g. HMPA coordination ). g. OCPh2, OPPh3, TMEDA) [Eq. (32)] [245,246] and strongly donating ligands such as acetonitrile or pyridine were shown to act as denucleating agents in cyclopentadienyl and alkoxide chemistry [Eq. (33)] [20,247]. Substituted imidazol-2-ylidenes, carbene-type ligands, form strong adduct complexes with Ln(II) and Ln(III) metal centers as indicated by THF displacement [Eq.
These compounds can be of relevance in Lewis acid catalysis where their activity is directed by the formation of Lewis acid (catalyst)/base (substrate) pairs . Hence, metal–ligand bond disruption and formation processes are pushed into the background. Linked cyclopentadienyl-carborane ligands form mononuclear commo (sandwiched) metallacarborane complexes . Highly functionalized podate ligands such as triamidoamine (“azatrane”)  and tribenzyltriﬂuoroacetoacetate  produce formally 4- and 6-coordinated complexes, respectively (Fig.
Lanthanides: Chemistry and Use in Organic Synthesis by Shu Kobayashi