Synthesis and Characterization of the Metal(I) Dimers [Ar'MMAr']: Comparisons with Quintuple-Bonded [Ar'CrCrAr']
Cobalt together: The iron and cobalt analogues of the quintuple-bonded chromium species [Ar'CrCrAr'] (Ar' = C6H 3-2,6-(2,6-iPr2C6H3)2) are described and their structures investigated by crystallography, magnetic studies, and density functional calculations. Metal-η6-aryl interactions in [Ar'FeFeAr'] and [Ar'CoCoAr'] are stronger than those detected in [Ar'CrCrAr'], whereas metal-metal bonding is much weaker. (Figure Presented)
T. Nguyen et al., "Synthesis and Characterization of the Metal(I) Dimers [Ar'MMAr']: Comparisons with Quintuple-Bonded [Ar'CrCrAr']," Angewandte Chemie - International Edition, vol. 47, no. 47, pp. 9115-9117, John Wiley & Sons, Nov 2008.
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Keywords and Phrases
Argon; Chromium; Cobalt; Crystallography; Flow Interactions; Metals; Oligomers; Transition Metals; Chromium Species; Density Functional Calculations; Magnetic Studies; Metal Bondings; Structure Elucidation; Synthesis and Characterizations; Structural Metals; Iron; Metal-metal Interactions
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