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By A. G. Sykes

Advances in Inorganic Chemistry offers well timed and informative summaries of the present development in various topic parts inside inorganic chemistry, starting from bioinorganic to sturdy nation. This acclaimed serial positive factors reports written by means of specialists within the zone and is an fundamental connection with complex researchers. every one quantity of Advances in Inorganic Chemistry includes an index, and every bankruptcy is absolutely referenced.

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Figure 14 shows bethis change in the 13C NMR spectrum of [Rh(NO)(PPh3)z(q2-C60)1 tween -90°C and +20"C, as well as the process of metal fragment migration over the fullerene surface. B. , 1,2 addition. Such is the case for the osmate esters, CG0(But)(Li) (49) and C60SzFez(CO)6 (531,which are illustrated in Fig. 15. Occasionally 1,4addition occurs as for C60{Re(CO)5}z (50) and substitution of Li in C60(BUt)(Li)with bulky electrophiles. For C60(BUt)(Li)the But rotation can be hindered sufficiently at lower temperatures on the 'H NMR time scale to allow the individual methyl group signals to be resolved (49).

Introduction 11. Octahedral Clusters A. Synthesis B. Molecular Structure C. Electronic Structure D. Dimers of Octahedral Clusters E. Relationship to Solid-state Cluster Compounds 111. Tetrahedral Clusters A. Synthesis and Structure B. Relationship to Solid-state Cluster Compounds IV. Rhomboidal Clusters A. Synthesis and Structure B. Relationship to Solid-State Cluster Compounds V. Triangular Clusters A. Synthesis and Structure B. Relationship to Solid-state Cluster Compounds References I. Since the discovery of the Chevrel phase compounds, their unique and aesthetically pleasing structures have attracted the attention of many inorganic chemists.

The solid-state cluster compound was excised by triethylphosphine in thf, and the product was reduced by magnesium metal to form [W6S8(PEt3),1 in 10% yield. More recently the substitution of the face-capping chloride into sulfide was achieved by Zhang and McCarley (43) and DiSalvo and coworkers (44). McCarley reacted W,Cll2 with NaSH and NaOBu in refluxing pyridine for 2 days. The insoluble product was exhaustively extracted with methanol to give a dark red powder of [W6sa(py&]. DiSalvo used essentially the same combination of reactants and heated the mixture at 115°C for 4 days to obtain the same compound in 43% yield.

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