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[1]           Novel  Insertion of Pd(PR3)2, Pt(PR3)2 Fragments into the Strained Phosphorus-Carbon Bond of the Phosphirene Complex W(CO)5(PhPC2Ph2).

             Crystal and Molecular Structure of PtW(CO)5(PEt3)2(PhPC2Ph2).

             D. Carmichael, P. B. Hitchcock, J. F. Nixon, F. Mathey, and A. Pidcock,

             J. Chem. Soc.-Chem. Comm., 1986, 762. Link

[2]           Interaction of Metal Bis(Phosphane) Fragments with

             Phosphirene and Phosphirane Complexes.

             D. Carmichael, P. B. Hitchcock, J. F. Nixon, F. Mathey, and A. Pidcock,

             Phosphorus Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements, 1987, 30, 233. Link

[3]           Differences in the interaction of 1,2,3-triphenylphosphirene with platinum(II) and platinum(0) complexes. Crystal and molecular structures of cis-[PtCl2(PPhCPh=CPh)(PEt3)] and cis-[PtI(PPhCPh=CPh)(PPh3)].

             S. S. Al Juaid, D. Carmichael, P. B. Hitchcock, S. Lochschmidt, A. Marinetti, F. Mathey, and J. F. Nixon,

             J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm., 1988, 1156. Link

 [4]         Generation and Interconversions of the Di-Nuclear and Tri-Nuclear Platinum Complexes Pt2H2(Ph2PCH2CH2PPh2)2, Pt2H3(Ph2PCH2CH2PPh2)2+, and Pt3H3(Ph2PCH2CH2PPh2)3+. Crystal and Molecular Structure of Pt2H3(Ph2PCH2CH2PPh2)3+ BEt4-.

             D. Carmichael, P. B. Hitchcock, J. F. Nixon, and A. Pidcock,

             J. Chem. Soc.-Chem. Comm., 1988, 1554. Link

[5]           First Examples of h1- Ligated 1,2,4-triphosphacyclopentadienyl Ring Systems. Synthesis and Fluxional Behavior of trans- MCl(C2R2P3)(PEt3)2, (R=But, Adamantyl), (M=Pd,Pt).

             Crystal and Molecular Structures of trans- PtX(C2But2P3)(PR3)2, (X=Cl, R=Et, X=I, R=Ph).

             R. Bartsch, D. Carmichael, P. B. Hitchcock, M. F. Meidine, J. F. Nixon, and G. J. D. Sillett,

             J. Chem. Soc.-Chem. Comm., 1988, 1615. Link

[6]           An h2- Transition State for the Insertion of Pd(dppe) Fragments into the Phosphorus-Carbon Bonds of Phosphirane pentacarbonyltungsten Complexes. Crystal and Molecular Structures of (2R*3S*4R*)-(±)-Pd(dppe)(CHPhCHPhPPh)W(CO)5 and (2R*3S*4S*)-(±)-Pd(dppe) (CHPhCHPhPPh)W(CO)5, dppe = 1,2-Bis(diphenylphosphanyl)ethane.

             D. Carmichael, P. B. Hitchcock, J. F. Nixon, F. Mathey, and L. Ricard,

             J. Chem. Soc.-Chem. Comm., 1989, 1389. Link

[7]           Synthesis of the first 2,2'-biphosphinine.

             X-Ray Crystal Structure Analysis of Its Tetracarbonylchromium Complex.

             P. Le Floch, D. Carmichael, L. Ricard, and F. Mathey,

             J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1991, 113, 667. Link

[8]           Reactions of Zero Valent and Divalent Platinum Metal Complexes with Phosphirene Ring Systems. Crystal Structures of cis- PtCl2(PEt3)(PPhCPh=CPh), cis- Pt(PPh3)(CPh=CPhPhMe) and (Et3P)2Pt(CPh=CPhPPh)W(CO)5.

             S. S. Al Juaid, D. Carmichael, P. B. Hitchcock, A. Marinetti, F. Mathey, and J. F. Nixon,

             J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 1991, 905. Link

[9]           Insertion Reactions of Pt(PPh3)2 Fragments into the 4-Membered Ring Complex W(CO)5 PPhC(OEt)=CPhCPh. Crystal and Molecular Structures of Pt(dppe) PPh(W{CO}5)C(OEt)=CPhCHPh and Pt(PPh3)2(W{CO}5PhP=C(OEt)CPh=CHPh) (h2-(P=C))

             F. A. Ajulu, S. S. Al Juaid, D. Carmichael, P. B. Hitchcock, M. F. Meidine, J. F. Nixon, F. Mathey, and N. H. Tran Huy,

             J. Organomet. Chem., 1991, 406, C20. Link

[10]       Synthetic Equivalents of 2-Lithiophosphinines.

             New Routes to 2-Functional Phosphinines.

             P. Le  Floch, D. Carmichael, and F. Mathey,

             Organometallics, 1991, 10, 2432. Link

[11]       Insertion Reactions of the RhCl(PPh3)2 Fragment into a Phosphirene Ring, and Carbonylation of the Resulting Rhodium(III) Complex. Crystal and Molecular Structures of

             RhCl(PPhCPh=CPh)(PPh3)2, RhCl(PPhCPh=CPhCO)(PPh3)2 and a Novel Dimeric Complex [RhCl(PPhCPh=CPhCO)(PPh3)]2.

             F. A. Ajulu, D. Carmichael, P. B. Hitchcock, F. Mathey, M. F. Meidine, J. F. Nixon,

             L. Ricard, and M. L. Riley,

             J. Chem. Soc.-Chem. Comm., 1992, 750. Link

[12]       Bromination at Carbon and Bromine to Magnesium Exchange in Some

             2-Bromophosphinines.

             P. Le Floch, D. Carmichael, and F. Mathey,

             Bull. Soc. Chim. France, 1992, 129, 291.

[13]       Structural and Electrochemical Study of a 2,2'-Biphosphinine.

             P. Le Floch, D. Carmichael, L. Ricard, F. Mathey, A. Jutand, and C. Amatore,

             Organometallics, 1992, 11, 2475. Link

[14]       Ruthenium(II) Complexes of a 2,2'-Biphosphinine.

             D. Carmichael, P. Le Floch, L. Ricard, and F. Mathey,

             Inorg. Chim. Acta, (Special issue) 1992, 200, 437. Link

[15]       Novel Mono-Metalated and Bis-Metalated Complexes of Dialkyldiaziridines.

             X-Ray Structures of Three Platinum Complexes.

             A. Adedapo, A. G. Avent, D. Carmichael, P. A. Chaloner, P. B. Hitchcock, and A. Wagenaar,

             J. Chem. Soc.-Chem. Comm., 1993, 186. Link

[16]       An h2- Transition-State for the Insertion of M(PR3)2 Fragments (M = Pd or Pt)

             into the Phosphorus Carbon Bonds of Pentacarbonyl(Phosphirane)Tungsten Complexes.

             D. Carmichael, P. B. Hitchcock, J. F. Nixon, F. Mathey, and L. Ricard,

             J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 1993, 1811. Link

[17]       h1-h2-Hetero-Bimetallic Phosphaalkyne Complexes.

          Synthesis and NMR Spectra of Pt(dppe)(t-BuCP)M(CO)5 (M=Cr, Mo, W).

             D. Carmichael, S. I. Al Resayes, and J. F. Nixon,

             J. Organomet. Chem., 1993, 453, 207. Link

[18]       Functionalisation of 2 Halophosphinines.

             P. Le Floch, D. Carmichael, and F. Mathey,

             Phosphorus Sulfur Silicon Rel. Elem., 1993, 76, 293. Link

[19]       Palladium (0) catalysed functionalisation of bromophosphinines.

             P. le Floch, D. Carmichael, L. Ricard, and F. Mathey,

             J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1993, 115, 10665. Link

[20]       Coordination Chemistry of a 2,2'-Biphosphinine.

             D. Carmichael, P. Le Floch and F. Mathey,

             Phosphorus Sulfur Silicon Rel. Elem., 1993, 76, 807.

[21]       Use of the 2,5-bis-(tert-Butyl)Phospholide Anion as an h5-Ligand

             Stabilisation of h5-Phospholyl Complexes of Ruthenium and Rhodium.

             D. Carmichael, L. Ricard, and F. Mathey,

             J. Chem. Soc.-Chem. Comm., 1994, 1167. Link

[22]       A 2,5-Di-(tert-Butyl)Phospholyl Complex Containing a

             Molybdenum-Molybdenum Triple Bond

             Synthesis, Molecular Structure and Coordination Chemistry of Mo2(2,5-tBu2PC4H2)2(CO)4.

             D. Carmichael, L. Ricard, and F. Mathey,

             J. Chem. Soc.-Chem. Comm., 1994, 2459. Link

[23]       Structural diversity in alkali metal phospholides: A kalocene-type structure.

             F. Paul, D. Carmichael, L. Ricard, and F. Mathey,

             Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. in English, 1996, 35, 1125. Link

[24]       Alkylation of 2-bromophosphinines using lithium trialkylborohydrides.

             D. Carmichael, P. Le Floch, H. G. Trauner, and F. Mathey,

             Chem. Comm., 1996, 971. Link

[25]       Reactivity of a (h5-phospholyl)cobalt dicarbonyl complex.

             Synthesis of Co2(2,5-tBu2PC4H2)2(CO)2 and Co2(h5-2,5-PtBu2PC4H2)2(m-CHCO2Et)(CO)2.

             A. J. M. Caffyn, D. Carmichael, F. Mathey, and L. Ricard,

             Organometallics, 1997, 16, 2049. Link

[26]       Hybrid P-chiral diphosphines for asymmetric hydrogenation.

             D. Carmichael, H. Doucet, and J. M. Brown,

             Chem. Comm., 1999, 261. Link

[27]       h5-phospholylgallium: The first monomeric polyhapto compound between a phospholyl ligand and a main group metal.

             A. Schnepf, G. Stosser, D. Carmichael, F. Mathey, and H. Schnockel,

             Angew. Chem., Int. Ed., 1999, 38, 1646. Link

[28]       2,5-Di-(tert-butyl)phospholyl sandwich complexes containing group 14 elements (Ge, Sn, Pb). Synthesis, structure, and ring transfer chemistry of M(2,5-tBu2PC4H2)2 (M = Sn, Pb)

             K. Forissier, L. Ricard, D. Carmichael, F. Mathey, Chem. Comm., 1999, 1273. Link

[29]       Monophospholyl analogs of cobaltocenium, rhodocenium, and iridocenium cations.

             K. Forissier, L. Ricard, D. Carmichael, and F. Mathey,

             Organometallics, 2000, 19, 954. Link

[30]       Dialkyl 1-alkynylphosphonates: A range of promising reagents.

             B. Iorga, F. Eymery, D. Carmichael, and P. Savignac,

             Eur. J. Org. Chem., 2000, 3103. Link

[31]       Phosphonate-phosphonochloridate conversion.

             B. Iorga, D. Carmichael, and P. Savignac,

             Comptes Rendus Chimie, 2000, 3, 821.

[32]       Metal vapour synthesis and conformational analysis of bis(2-trimethylsilyl-3,4-dimethylphosphobenzene)chromium.

             D. Carmichael, F.G.N. Cloke, A.R. Dias, A.M. Galvao, J.L.S. da Silva,

             App. Organomet. Chem., 2000, 14, 561. Link

[33]       Gallium zigzag chains as an ordering principle in h5-2,5-di-(t-butyl)phospholylgallium(I).

             J. Chojnacki, E. Baum, I. Krossing, D. Carmichael, F. Mathey, and H. Schnockel,

             Z. Anorg. Allge. Chem, 2001, 627, 1209. Link

[34]       Synthesis and properties of phosphetanes.

             A. Marinetti and D. Carmichael

             Chem. Rev. 2002, 102, 201. Link

[35]       Paramagnetic phosphametallocenes.

             C. Burney, D. Carmichael, K. Forissier, J. C. Green, F. Mathey, L. Ricard and S. Wendicke,

             Phosphorus Sulfur Silicon Rel. Elem., 2002, 177, 1999. Link

[36]       New trends in phosphametallocene chemistry.

             D. Carmichael and F. Mathey,

             Top. Curr. Chem. 2002, 220, 27. Link

[37]       Synthesis of 2-silyl substituted phospharuthenocenes

             and an elaboration into the first phospharuthenocene-phosphine.

             D. Carmichael, F. Mathey, L. Ricard, and N. Seeboth,

             Chem. Comm., 2002, 2976. Link

[38]       Synthesis and properties of CoCp*(h5-2,5-tBu2PC4H2) : The first monophosphacobaltocene.

             C. Burney, D. Carmichael, K. Forissier, J. C. Green, F. Mathey, and L. Ricard,.

             Chem. Eur. J., 2003, 9, 2567. Link

[39]       Synthesis and resolution of the planar chirality of ester-functionalised phospharuthenocenes.

             D. Carmichael, J. Klankermayer, L. Ricard, and N. Seeboth,

             Chem. Comm., 2004, 1144. Link

[40]     New complexes of divalent thulium with phospholyl and cyclopentadienyl ligands.

F. Nief, B. T. de Borms, L. Ricard, and D. Carmichael,

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., (Cover article) 2005, 637. Link

[41]       Synthesis, structure and dynamics of methoxynaphthalene-substituted phospharuthenocenes

and -ferrocenes.

D. Carmichael, L. Ricard, N. Seeboth, J. M. Brown, T. D. W. Claridge, and B. Odell,

Dalton Trans., 2005, 2173. Link

[42]       Synthesis and properties of NiCp*(h5-2,5-tBu2PC4H2),

a 20-valence-electron phosphanickelocene.

C. Burney, D. Carmichael, K. Forissier, J. C. Green, F. Mathey, and L. Ricard,

Chemistry-a European Journal, 2005, 11, 5381. Link

[43]       A comparison of phosphaferrocene and phospharuthenocene ligands in Rh+ catalysed enamide hydrogenations. Superior performance of the phospharuthenocene.

D. Carmichael, G. Goldet, J. Klankermayer, L. Ricard, N. Seeboth and M. Stankevič,

Chemistry-a European Journal, 2007, 13, 5492. Link

[44]     Planar to axial chirality transfer in a phospharuthenocene.

A rotationally hindered 2-(2'-diphenylphosphinonaphth-1'-yl)- phospharuthenocene.

D. Carmichael, L. Ricard, N. Seeboth,

Organometallics, 2007, 26, 2964. Link

[45]       Synthesis of a cobalt-phospholyl half-sandwich complex and its transformation into a phosphacobaltocene.

Y. Cabon, D. Carmichael, K. Forissier, F. Mathey, L. Ricard, and N. Seeboth,

Organometallics, 2007, 26, 5468. Link

[46]       The microwave-assisted synthesis of a 2-carboxyphosphole.

S. van Zutphen, G. Mora, V. J. Margarit, X. F. Le Goff, D. Carmichael, and P. Le Floch,

Tetrahedron Letters, 2008, 49, 1734. Link

[47]       Concise Synthesis of Enantiopure (S)-(+)-2,2'-Bis(tert-butyldimethylsilyl)-1,1 '-

diphosphaferrocene: Anion-Dependence of Its Coordination to a Palladium(II) Centers,

Y. Cabon, D. Carmichael, and X.-F. Le Goff

Organometallics, 2009, 28, 370. Link

[48]     Studies of how redox chemistry influences the synthesis of transition metal phosphametallocenes: a convenient synthesis of 2,5-diester-substituted phosphametallocenes and 2,2',5,5 '-tetraester-substituted-1,1 '-diphosphaferrocenes.    

             D. Carmichael, X. F. Le Goff, and E. Muller,

             New. J. Chem., 2010, 34, 1341. Link

[49]     Double Friedel-Crafts Acylation Reactions on the Same Ring of a Metallocene: Synthesis of a 2,5-Diacetylphospharuthenocene.

             D. Carmichael, P. Le Floch, X. F. Le Goff, O. Piechaczyk, and N. Seeboth,

             Chem. Eur. J., 2010, 16, 14486. Link

[50]     Synthesis and Evaluation of Side-Arm-Alkylated Phosphametallocene Phosphines.

             D. Carmichael, J. Klankermayer, E. Muller, K. M. Pietrusiewicz, L. Ricard, N. Seeboth, S. Sowa, and M. Stankevič,

             Organometallics., 2011, 30, 1804. Link

[51]     Redox-fixable manipulation of planar chirality in late transition metal sandwich compounds;

             a 1,1 '-diphosphacobaltocene/1,1 '-diphosphacobaltocenium salt couple.

             Y. Cabon, D. Carmichael, and L. Ricard,

             Chem. Comm., 2011, 47, 11486. Link

[52]     Stepwise syntheses of tri- and tetraphosphaporphyrinogens.

             D. Carmichael, A. Escalle- Lewis, G. Frison, X. F. Le Goff, and E. Muller

             Chem. Comm., 2012, 48, 302. Link

[53]     Diastereoselective synthesis and coordination chemistry of enantiopure keto-bis-(2-phosphametallocene)s.

             D. Carmichael, X. F. le Goff, E. Muller, L. Ricard, and M. Stankevič,

             Dalton Trans., 2012, 41, 5155. Link

[54]     Redox-Induced Reversible P-P Bond Formation to Generate an Organometallic

             s4,l4-1,2-Biphosphane Dication.

             A. Tohmé, G. Grélaud, G. Argouarch, T. Roisnel, S. Labouille, D. Carmichael, F. Paul,

             Angew. Chem., Int. Ed., 2013, 38, 1646. Link

[54]     Addition to Palladium[0] Diphosphine Complexes.

             Observations of Mechanistic Complexity with Iodobenzene as Reactant.

             A. Kurbangalieva, K. K. Hii, D. Carmichael, A. Jutand and J. M. Brown,

             Chem- Eur. J., 2014, 20, 1116. Link

[56]     Oligo(metallocenes) containing keto-bridged phospholyl rings.

             D. Carmichael, X. F. le Goff and E. Muller,

             Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. (PhoSciNet special issue), 2014, 1610. Link

[57]     Redox-active phosphines: synthesis and crystal structures of palladium(II) complexes of a metallaphosphine in two different oxidation states,

             A. Tohmé, S. Labouille, V. Dorcet, T. Roisnel, D. Carmichael, F. Paul,

             Dalton transactions, 2014, 43, 7002. Link

[58]     Synthesis and Reactivity of Tris(hydroxymethyl)phosphine-Mimicking Nonsymmetrical Diphosphine Ligands

             A. Nijland, S van Zutphen and D Carmichael,

             Phosphorus, Sulfur Silicon and the Related Elements., 2015, 190, 720. Link

[59]     Easy and quantitative access to Fe(II) and Fe(III) di(aryl)alkynylphosphine oxides featuring [Fe(dppe)Cp*] endgroups: terminal P=O functionality blocks the dimerisation of the Fe(III) derivatives.

             A. Tohmé, C. T. Hagen, S. Essafi, A. Bondon, T. Roisnel, D. Carmichael, F. Paul,

             Chem. Comm., 2015, 51, 1316. Link

[60]     Building a Lewis Acid Phosphorus.

             M.Q.Y. Tay, Y. Lu, R. Ganguly, L Ricard, G Frison, D. Vidovic, and D. Carmichael,

             Phosphorus, Sulfur Silicon and the Related Elements., 2015, 190, 785. Link

[61]     Exploiting the Brønsted acidity of phosphinecarboxamides for the synthesis of novel phosphides and phosphines.

             A. R. Jupp, G. Trott, E. Payen de la Garanderie, J. Holl, D. Carmichael, J. Goicoechea,

             Chem. Eur. J., 2015, 21, 8015. Link

[62]     Setting P-Donor Ligands into Context: An Application of the Ligand Knowledge Base (LKB) Approach.

             N Fey, S. Papadouli, P. G. Pringle, A. Ficks, J.T. Fleming, L. Higham, J. Wallis, D. Carmichael, N Mézailles, and C Müller,

             Phosphorus, Sulfur Silicon and the Related Elements., 2015, 190, 706. Link

[63]     Combining gas phase electron capture and IRMPD action spectroscopy to probe the electronic structure of a metastable reduced organometallic complex containing a non-innocent ligand.

             M. Katari, E. Payen de la Garanderie, E. Nicol, V. Steinmetz, G. van der Rest, D. Carmichael, and G. Frison

             Chem. Phys Phys Chem.,(Special issue) 2015, 17, 25689. Link

[64]     Preparation, Structural Analysis and Reactivity Studies of Phosphenium Dications

             M.Q.Y. Tay, G. Ilić, U. Werner- Zwanziger, Y. Lu, R. Ganguly, G Frison, D. Carmichael, and D. Vidovic,

             Organometallics, (Cover article) 2016, 35, 439. Link

 



 

 

 

Book Chapters

[C1]       31P NMR studies of transition metal complexes derived from phosphaalkynes, phosphirenes and phosphiranes.          
F. A. Ajulu, R. Bartsch, D. Carmichael, J. A. Johnson, C. Jones, R.M. Matos, J. F. Nixon, Phosphorus-31 P NMR Spectral Prop. Compd. Charact. Struct. Anal. L. D. Quin, and J. G. Verkade (Ed.s), VCH New York, pps 229-42 (1994)

 

[C2]    Functions containing at least one group 15 element (and no halogen or chalcogen)

             D. Carmichael, A Marinetti, P Savignac,

             Chapitre 6:12 of 'Comprehensive Functional Group Transformations'

             A. R. Katritzky, O. Meth-Cohn, and C. W. Rees (Ed.s), Pergamon, (1995), 6, 359.

 

[C3]    Phosphetanes: Early studies.

             A Marinetti, D Carmichael in

             Phosphorus-Carbon Heterocyclic Chemistry, the Rise of a new Domain.

             F. Mathey (Ed.) Pergamon, Oxford. (2001) 87-103.  

 

[C4]    4,4',5,5'-Tetramethyl-2,2'-biphosphinine and

             cis-[dichloro-bis(4,4',5,5'-tetramethyl-2,2'-biphosphinine)ruthenium(II)].

             P. Le Floch, D. Carmichael, and F. Mathey, in

             Synthetic Methods of Organometallic and Inorganic Chemistry.,

             W Herrmann (ed.) Thieme, Stuttgart (1996), 3, 167. Link

 

[C5]    Phospholes,

             D. Carmichael,

             In : 'Phosphorus (III) Ligands in Homogeneous Catalysis: Design and Synthesis',

             P.C.J. Kamer and P.W.N.M. van Leeuwen, (Eds) J. Wiley Chichester, (2012) ; pps 268- 285.Link

 

Patent

[P1]    'Diphosphines'

             D. Carmichael, H. Doucet, J.M Brown,

             WO 0026220  to Isis Innovation (University of Oxford), 11 May 2000. Link

 

Book Translations

 

[T1]     "The Molecular Chemistry of the Transition Elements" (242 pages).

             ISBN: 978-0-471-95687-7

             F. Mathey and A. Sevin, Wiley, Chichester, (1996).

 

[T2]     "Frontier Orbitals, A Practical Manual" (304 pages)

             ISBN-10: 0-471-97359-9

                Nguyen Trong Anh, Wiley VCH, Chichester, (2007).

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