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Figure 5
Scatter plot for the geometry of [PtX2(PR3)2] com­plexes (X = halide or methyl and PR3 = tertiary phosphine). The P—Pt—P angle is plotted against the Pt—P distance. The data for the shown fragment were extracted from the CSD (Groom et al., 2016BB13). The search was limited to error-free data sets collected at T ≤ 200 K with R1 ≤ 0.05. Polymers and disordered structures were excluded, as well as structures of chelating phosphines with a C2 bridge. All Pt com­plexes of phosphatriptycenes are added to the plot with star-shaped data points, and their respective secondary heteroatom is noted as Y-TRIP, with Y being either B, N or Si. Additionally, the data from the structure presented in this article are noted with this article. The colours of the stars denote whether they are chloride or methyl com­plexes (Drover et al., 2018BB9; Tsuji et al., 2006BB38; Ube et al., 2017BB39).

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