Spectroscopic Properties of Inorganic and Organometallic by G. Davidson, E. A. V. Ebsworth

By G. Davidson, E. A. V. Ebsworth

Spectroscopic houses of Inorganic and Organometallic Compounds presents a special resource of data on a tremendous sector of chemistry. Divided into sections frequently in response to the actual spectroscopic strategy used, assurance in each one quantity contains: NMR (with connection with stereochemistry, dynamic platforms, paramagnetic complexes, stable country NMR and teams 13-18); nuclear quadrupole resonance spectroscopy; vibrational spectroscopy of major workforce and transition aspect compounds and coordinated ligands; and electron diffraction. Reflecting the growing to be quantity of released paintings during this box, researchers will locate this Specialist Periodical Report a useful resource of knowledge on present equipment and functions. Specialist Periodical Reports supply systematic and unique assessment insurance in significant parts of chemical study. Compiled through groups of major specialists of their professional fields, this sequence is designed to aid the chemistry group maintain present with the most recent advancements of their box. every one quantity within the sequence is released both every year or biennially and is a wonderful reference element for researchers.

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Where L ¼ 5-nitro-2-furaldehyde semicarbazone or similar (1H, 13C);297 (m-H)Os3(CO)10(L)(SnR3). 9 Compounds of Group 9. 303 The 31P NMR spectrum of the bppm þ PhCCo3(CO)9 system show formation of the intermediate cluster PhCCo3(CO)7(bppm), where bppm ¼ 2, Spectrosc. Prop. Inorg. Organomet. 305 [{µ−HCCCH2N=C(H)N(CH=CH2)CH=CH}Co2(CO)6](BPh4) (60) 1 13 1 31 1 NMR data ( H, C{ H}, P{ H}) for (60) show that cation-anion contacts (C–H . . 318 Similar results were obtained for two isomers of Co(ptma)(ampy)Cl21, where ptma ¼ N-(2-pyridylmethyl)-1,3-diaminopropane.

635 19 F and 27 Al 39 Spectrosc. Prop. Inorg. Organomet. 638 27Al NMR spectroscopy was used to characterise aqueous Al(OH)3OB(OH)2À, aluminate-borate complexes, including Al(OH)4À, À 639 Al(OH)2O2[B(OH)2]2 etc. 642 NMR studies have also been reported for the following: O-(AlMeY)-2(1,3,5-dithiazinan-5-yl)ethanolates (Y ¼ Me or Cl) (1H, 13C, 27Al);643 (R2MONMe2)2 (R ¼ Me, tBu; M ¼ Al, Ga) (1H, 13C, 15N, 17O, 27Al);644 3,3,6,6-tetra-tert-butyl-1,4-dimethyl-3,6-dialumina-1,4-diazanorbornane (1H, 13 C, 27Al);645 Et3Bi-M(tBu)3 (M ¼ Al, Ga), [Me2MSbR2]3 (R ¼ Me, M ¼ Ga or In; R ¼ iPr, M ¼ Ga) (1H, 13C);646 (Me-NP)AlR2 (Me-NPÀ ¼ N-(2diphenylphosphinophenyl)-2,6-dimethylanilide; R ¼ Me, Et) (1H, 13C, 27Al, 31 P);647 (139) (R ¼ Me, Ph, octyl, iPr, Cy, H) (13C);648 - R Si R AlMe2 AlMe2 O O R M Si R R R (139) (138) CH N i Cl Pr O Cl Al O L Al Al L O O O O Al i N ClMe2Si Pr ClCl CH (141) (140) SiMe2Cl 40 Spectrosc.

Z ¼ þ1; Ra, Rb ¼ CO2Et, Ph) (19F, 31P);472 trans-[Pd2(m-Cl)2{CH(CO2Me)CH2C6F5}2(tht)2] and related (tht ¼ tetrahydrothiophene) (1H, 19F);473 (107) and related (1H, 13C, 31P);474 (108) (1H, 13 C, 31P{1H});475 H N N Pd I O N I RCO2 S Pd L1 O2CR N PPh3 Rβ Rα (106) (105) Ph Cl PPh2 S Ph2P L2 Pd (104) Ph N N P PPh2 Pd S Cl (107) N(SiMe3)2 Pd Ge PPH2 N(SiMe3)2 (108) Cl Pd N N N N S (109) 31 Spectrosc. Prop. Inorg. Organomet. , 2006, 38, 1–120 N N Cl N N Pd NH Cl (111) (110) Me2N N NMe2 (112) Pd(en)(3,4-NCNsq), where 3,4-NCNsq ¼ 3,4-bis(cyanamide)squarate (13C);476 (109) and related (1H, 13C{1H});477 [M]2(ttab) (ttab ¼ tetrakis(7-azaindolyl)benzene; [M] ¼ PdCl2, Ag(NO3), ZnCl2) (1H, 13C);478 Pd2L2 (L ¼ (110)) (1H);479 (111) and similar (1H, 13C{1H});480 cis-MCl2(diamine) (M ¼ Pd, Pt; diamine ¼ 2,3- or 3,4-diaminotoluene, 4,5-diaminoxylene, 2,3-diaminophenyl) (1H, 13C{1H}, 195 Pt);481 MCl2(L) (M ¼ Pd, Pt; L ¼ methyl-3,4-diamino-2,3,4,6-tetradeoxya-L-lyxo-hexapyranoside);482 Pd(X)(py)(PPh3)(L) (X ¼ Cl, L ¼ 8-methylthiotheophylline; X ¼ Br, L ¼ 8-benzylthiotheophylline) (1H, 31P{1H});483 cis-[M(A)n (Cl)(AO)]1 (M ¼ Pd, Pt; A ¼ en (n ¼ 1), NH3 (n ¼ 2); AO ¼ (112) (1H);484 [Pd(Z1,Z5-5-OMe-C8H12)(L)]1 (L ¼ a-iminoketone N,O-ligands) (1H, 13C, 19F, 19 F, 1H NOESY);485 PdCl2(L-k2-P,P) (L ¼ Ph2PCH2P-(NC4H8)2 and related) (1H, 31 1 P{ H});486 [Pd2Cl2(m-Cl)2{Ph2P(CH2CH2O)nCH2CH2PPh2-P,P 0 ) (n ¼ 3, 4) (1H, 31 1 P{ H});487 trans-PdCl(PPh3)2(HL) and trans-[PdCl(PPh3)2]2L (H2L ¼ bis(8thiotheophylline)alkane derivatives) (1H, 13C{1H}, 31P{1H});488 MX2L2 (M ¼ Pd, Pt; X ¼ Cl, Br, I; L ¼ As(CH2-CH¼CH2)3 and similar) (1H, 13C, 195Pt);489 Pd(oxalate)(pyridoxine)2 (13C);490 Pd(OPh)(CO2Ph)(PPh3)2 (1H, 13C{1H}, 31 P{{1H});491 M(ESDT)(Am)Cl (M ¼ Pd, Pt; ESDT ¼ EtO2CCH2(CH3NCS2Me; Am ¼ chiral amino-alcohols) (1- and 2-D NMR);492 Pd4(m-OOCCF3)4(m-L)2 (L ¼ (113)) (1H, 13C{1H}, 31P);493 Pd2(m-SO2)(m-PPh2py)(PBz)3, Pd3(m-PPh2py)2(m-SO2)(PBz3)2 (31P{1H});494 cis-M(L-S,O)2, where M ¼ Pd, Pt; HL ¼ N,N-dialkyl-N 0 (2,20 -dimethyl-propyl)thioureas (1H, 13C, 195Pt);495 cis-MX2L (M ¼ Pd, Pt; L ¼ [18]aneO4Te2, X ¼ Cl or Br) (1H, 63Cu, 125Te{1H}, 195Pt);496 MCl2([n]aneS2Te), where M ¼ Pd or Pt, n ¼ 11, 12 (1H, 13C{1H}, 125Te{1H}, 195Pt);497 Pt(CF3)3(PPh3)À, Pt(CF3)42À (13C, 19F, 31P, 195Pt, 13C(19F DEPT));498 [PtXn(CF3)6Àn]2À (X ¼F, OH, Cl, CN; n ¼ 0–5) (19F, 195Pt);499 trans[PtPh3Àn(C6F5)n]2PtCl2 (n ¼ 1, 2) (1H, 19F, 31P);500 [Pt(C6Cl5)(C6F5)3]2À and related (1H, 19F);501 trans-PtCl2(coe)(L) (coe ¼ cyclo-octene, L ¼ coe, MeOH, MeCN) (1H, 195Pt);502 trans-[PtCl2(coe)]2(L) (L ¼ ArC(H) ¼ NCH2CH2-N ¼ C(H)Ar, Ar ¼ 3- or 4-C6H4Bpin, pin ¼ 1,2-O2C2Me4) (1H, 11B, 13C);503 (114a and b) (L ¼ PMe2Ph) (31P{1H});504 (115) (X ¼ range of linking groups) (1H, 31P);505 32 Spectrosc.

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