Supplement C2: The Chemistry of Triple-Bonded Functional by Saul Patai

By Saul Patai

Massive advances were made in regards to the chemistry of triple-bonded practical teams because the first quantity during this sequence used to be released. This up to date model covers info which has been said over the past 15 years.

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In the light of Kuratowski’s Theorem it is not surprising that many non-planar molecular graphs contain 3-rung Mobius ladders. What is perhaps a bit surprising is that a number of molecular graphs actually contain 4-rung Mobius ladders hidden in them. We illustrate this with the molecular graph of a ferrocenophane derivative [26] as well as the molecular graph of a Fe& cluster buried in a hydrocarbon environment [27]. On the left of Figure 35 is the molecular graph of a ferrocenophane derivative, while on the right is the same graph but with the vertices labeled to help us identify the 4-rung Mobius ladder.

Suppose that it is topologically achiral. 5 Molecular Mobius Ladders and Related Molecules 21 mation of the cell complex to its mirror image G* which necessarily takes each cell of the complex to a cell of the mirror image complex. The deformation must take any attaching vertex of a cell to an attaching vertex of a cell. Now within each cell of the complex, choose an arc going between the two attaching vertices of that cell. We shall refer to the mirror image of each arc of G as the corresponding arc of G*.

Compounds with M=Mn are also magnets, with critical temperatures of approximately 15 K when cat+ is a large cation (tetraethyl and n-tetrabutylammonium). They behave as metamagnets with long-range antifenomagnetic ordering in zero field around 15 K when cat+ is a small cation (alkali-metal ion or tetramethylammonium). 5 Structure of Molecule-Based Magnets Containing Three Spin Carriers, with a Fully Interlocked Structure In the preceding section we spoke about zero-, one-, and two-dimensional compounds.

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