Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 49 by Kenneth D. Karlin

By Kenneth D. Karlin

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growth in Inorganic Chemistry

Nowhere is artistic clinical expertise busier than on the earth of inorganic chemistry. This interesting sequence offers the sector of inorganic chemistry with a discussion board for severe and authoritative reviews of advances in each quarter of the self-discipline. With contributions from the world over popular chemists, this most recent quantity of development in Inorganic Chemistry keeps to record the newest advances with an leading edge, state-of-the-art style.

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CONTENTS OF quantity 49
* Nonclassical steel Carbonyls
(Anthony J. Lupinetti and Steven H. Strauss, Colorado nation college, castle Collins, Colorado, and Gernot Frenking, Philipps-Universitat Marburg, Germany)
* The impact of Ligands on Dirhodium(II) on Reactivity and Selectivity in steel Carbene Reactions
(Michael P. Doyle, collage of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, and Tong Ren, collage of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida)
* Coordination Chemistry of Transition Metals with Hydrogen Chalcogenide and Hydrochalcogenido Ligands
(Maurizio Peruzzini and Isaac De Los Rios, Instituto according to lo Studio della Stereochimica ed Energetica dei Composti de Coordinazione, CNR, Firenze, Italy, and Antonio Romerosa, Universidad de Almeria, Spain)
* The Coordination Chemistry of Phosphinines, Their Polydentate and Macrocyclic Derivatives
(Nicolas Mezailles, Francois Mathey, and Pascal le Floch, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau Cedex, France)
* Texaphyrins: Synthesis and improvement of a unique category of healing Agents
(Tarak D. Mody and Lei Fu, Pharmacyclics, Inc., Sunnyvale, California, and Jonathan L. Sessler, collage of Texas at Austin, Texas)
* The Chemistry of man-made Fe-Mo-S Clusters and Their Relevance to the constitution and serve as of the Fe-Mo-S heart in Nitrogenase
(Steve M. Malinak, Albion university, Michigan, and Dimitri Coucouvanis, collage of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan)Content:

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In 1989, a Rh(C0); species generated in highly dealuminated zeolite-Y was reported by Miessner et al. (251). Based on the presence of four IR active v(C0) bands (only one of which is >2143 cm-'), this species was presumed to have C2, symmetry, not D4hsymmetry. The relatively low v(C0)values are consistent with a Rh(C0): moiety that, by virtue of one or more strong interactions with framework oxygen atoms, is distorted from the expected D4h symmetry. The C2,-symmetry Rh(C0)'; species generated in highly dealuminated zeoliteY exhibited v(C0) bands at 2118 and 2053 cm-' (251).

240) and Au(C0)Br by Calderazzo and co-workers (233) in 1991 and the report of Au(C0)2(Sb2FlI) by Willner et al. in 1992 (231). The compound Au(C0)2(Sb2F11)exhibited mutually exclusive v(C0) bands in solid-state IR and Raman spectra at 2217 and 2254 cm-’, respectively, signaling a Dmh geometry for the Au(C0); moiety. This has been confirmed by Seppelt and coworkers (232), who have recently determined the structure of 48 LUPINETTI ET AL. = 2196 Cm-' [Ag(CO),]*. vuF(C0) [Ag(CO)]+, v(C0) = 2204 cm-I , 2300 I , , , , 2200 , , I I I 2100 I I I I l 2000 cm-1 Figure 26.

12822 A. 4. Si4+ No molecular species of Si(1V) with v(C0) > 2143 cm-' have been reported. Silicon dioxide, however, adsorbs CO; the resulting species exhibits a v(C0) stretch of 2158 cm-' (124). 5. Sn2+and Pb2+ Monomeric Sn(I1) and Pb(I1) halides were cocondensed with CO in an argon matrix at 10 K (150). The species M(CO)X2all exhibited v(C0) values > 2143 cm-'. For the Pb(CO)X2species, v(C0) decreased in the order F (2176 cm-') > Cl(2175 cm-') > Br (2161 cm-I) > I(-2149 cm-'). Figure 10. Structure of the (CH,)2CHCOC cation.

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