By M. V. Twigg (auth.), M. V. Twigg (eds.)
This sequence, Mechanisms of Inorganic and Organometallic Reactions, presents an ongoing serious overview of the broadcast literature inquisitive about the mechanisms of reactions of inorganic and organometallic compounds. Emphasis is on reactions in answer, even if strong country and fuel part experiences are integrated the place they supply mechanistic perception. The 6th quantity offers with papers released throughout the interval January 1987 via June 1988 inclusive, including a few past paintings the place it really is acceptable to make comparisons. insurance spans the full sector as comprehensively as essentially attainable, and the mentioned references are selected for his or her relevance to the elucidation of response mechanisms. The now conventional structure of past volumes has been maintained to facilitate tracing growth in a specific subject over a number of volumes, yet a few small alterations were made. Reflecting the a'mount of mechanistic paintings linked to ligand reactivity, and the starting to be significance of this quarter, bankruptcy 12 has been renamed and enlarged to assemble informa tion on either coordination and organometallic platforms concerning ligand reactions. Numerical facts tend to be said within the devices utilized by the unique authors, other than whilst making comparisons and conversion to universal devices is necessary.
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J + Mo . oxidation cross-reactions. (49) As shown in Scheme 1 the authors propose that different mechanistic pathways for Cu(II) reduction (pathway A) and Cu(I) oxidation (pathway B), involving sequential (rather than concerted) electron transfer/conformation change (0 ~ Q, P ~ R) steps, lead to this result. 6. Stereoselective Electron Transfer Electron transfer stereoselectivity continues to be studied in detail for two systems. The initimate interactions in the stereoselective reaction of [Co(enh]2+ with [Co(edta)]- have been explored further by utilizing substituted derivatives of the reductant(50,51) and the oxidant(52) in aqueous and nonaqueous media.
Two limiting cases are well understood. , the coupling is antiferromagnetic. This is no different in principle from coupling of identical ions in polynuclear complexes. (254) (b) In the case of delocalized valencies, one electron (at least) passes freely from one ion to the other, and the spins of the two ions tend to be parallel. 8 • Electron Transfer in the Solid State 25 in proteins(257,258) (both of which have been reviewed(259,260». The relationship between magnetic coupling and electron transfer rates was given(261,262) by Okamura and co-workers as shown in equation (16).
Systems discussed are the above-mentioned SF6 + SF 6, and new data obtained for reactions of metallocenes. (l94) The observed rates parallel the known variations in reactant structure and their expected effects on Knu' The reaction rate constant was found to be only weakly dependent on the reactant-product energy differences. This deviation from Marcus-like behavior could originate from some combination of features of these systems such as: (a) the conversion of reactant translational energy into internal energy in the precursor collision complex, or (b) the broadened Franck-Condon manifolds, characteristic of these large complex molecules, which could lead to greater overlap of electronic states than predicted by the simple classical models.