X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Study of the Bound State Electronic Transitions at the Vanadium K and L Edges in Low Symmetry, Molecular, Vanadium-(IV) and -(V) Complexes with Oxyoxime and Oxyoximate Ligands
A combination of vanadium K- and L-edge XAFS has been used to characterise a series of monomeric oxovanadium(IV), monomeric dioxovanadium(V) and dimeric oxovanadium(V) complexes with oxyoxime and oxyoximate ligands. The K- and L-edge spectra confirm the presence of V V in the dimeric species and the L-edge spectra have been used to discriminate between six-co-ordinate V-N-O-V bridged oxovanadium(V) dimers and seven-co-ordinate phenolate bridged oxovanadium(V) dimers containing η 2-N-O groups.
D. Collison and C. D. Garner and J. Grigg and C. M. McGrath and J. F. Mosselmans and E. Pidcock and M. D. Roper and J. M. Seddon and E. Sinn and P. A. Tasker and G. Thornton and J. F. Walsh and N. A. Young, "X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Study of the Bound State Electronic Transitions at the Vanadium K and L Edges in Low Symmetry, Molecular, Vanadium-(IV) and -(V) Complexes with Oxyoxime and Oxyoximate Ligands," Journal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions, Royal Society of Chemistry, Jan 1998.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1039/A800568K
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