By D. L. Kepert, K. Vrieze
Compounds of the Transition components concerning Metal-Metal Bonds offers with compounds of the transition components related to metal-metal bonds, with specific emphasis on metal-metal bonds in coordination compounds and organometallic complexes, halides, and oxides. elements that effect the formation, balance, and homes of such compounds, in addition to their program in numerous fields of chemistry and physics, are mentioned.
This booklet is split into 4 sections and starts with a class of metal-metal bonds and a few of the actual and chemical equipment used to review them, together with X-ray crystallography, magnetic susceptibility and electron spin resonance, nuclear spin resonance, Mössbauer measurements, infrared and Raman spectroscopy, noticeable and ultraviolet spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, electric conductivity, electrochemical equipment, and chemical reactivity. components influencing the power of metal-metal bonds in metals and compounds also are tested. the rest sections care for metal-metal bonds in coordination compounds and organometallic complexes, halides, and oxides.
This monograph should be an invaluable source for inorganic chemists.
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1959) 1501. 232 F . A. Cotton and B. F . G . Johnson, Inorg. Chem. 6 (1967) 2 1 1 3 . 233 D. Hartley, P. A. Kilty and M. J. Ware, Chem. Communs. (1968) 4 9 3 . 246 TRANSITION METAL-METAL BONDS: D . L. KEPERT AND K. VRIEZE indicated a linear structure. The force to be about 1-6-1-7 mdynes/Â. The asymmetric trinuclear structure with constant ki of the O s = O s bond is 2-2 single bonds is 1 -7 mdynes/Â. constants of the metal-metal bonds were estimated 2 05 compound Os3(CO)io(OMe)2 probably has an 2 33 one O s = O s double b o n d (Fig.
Haag, Chem. Ber. 94 (1961) 312. 154 H. Behrens and W. Haag, Chem. Ber. 94 (1961) 320. 155 H. Behrens and J. Vogl, Chem. Ber. 96 (1963) 2220. 156 R. G. Hayter, / . Am. Chem. Soc. 88 (1966) 4376. 157 L. B. Handy, P. M. Treichel, L. F. Dahl and R. G. Hayter, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 88 (1966) 226. 158 W. Hieber, W. Beck and G. Braun, Angew. Chem. 72 (1960) 795. BONDS BETWEEN TRANSITION METAL ATOMS OF THE SAME ELEMENT 233 that the structural relationship between the two isomeric forms is similar to those of 159 C o 2( C O ) 8 « > .
VRIEZE negative charge is delocalized on all four metal atoms. The possible existence of HRe4(CO)7 6 181 and H 2R e 4 ( C O ) i 6 was m e n t i o n e d . 18 Further hydrides which were confirmed by mass spectrometry are HRe3(CO)i4 ° » 183 and the dark red HMn3(CO)io(BH3)2, which was obtained as a by-product of the synthesis 1 8 4 of H 3M n 3( C O ) i 2 . The structure of H R e 3 ( C O ) i 4 is very likely similar to that of 1 8 5 H R e 2M n ( C O ) i 4 . The structure of H M n 3 ( C O ) i 0 ( B H 3 ) 2 is shown in Fig.