A Study of the Soft X-ray Photoreduction of [Niᴵᵛ(S₂CNEt₂)₃][BF₄] and Soft X-ray Photoisomerisation of [PPh₄][Niᴵᴵ(S₂COEt)₃] at the Ni L-edge
A detailed study of the soft X-ray photochemistry occurring in some nickel dithiocarbamate and xanthate complexes has shown that soft X-ray induced photoreduction of [NiIV(S2CNEt2)3][BF4] results in a NiII square-planar species and the rate is dependent on photon flux, photon energy and ligand set, but is essentially independent of temperature. Also, it has been demonstrated that [PPh4][NiII(S2COEt)3] is photoisomerised to a NiII square-planar species on exposure to soft X-rays. The implication for experiments on third generation synchrotron sources is discussed briefly.
D. Collison and C. D. Garner and C. M. McGrath and J. F. Mosselmans and E. Pidcock and M. D. Roper and B. G. Searle and J. M. Seddon and E. Sinn and N. A. Young, "A Study of the Soft X-ray Photoreduction of [Niᴵᵛ(S₂CNEt₂)₃][BF₄] and Soft X-ray Photoisomerisation of [PPh₄][Niᴵᴵ(S₂COEt)₃] at the Ni L-edge," Journal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions, Royal Society of Chemistry, Jan 1998.
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