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Compounds of the Transition components related to 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. components that effect the formation, balance, and houses of such compounds, in addition to their software in quite a few fields of chemistry and physics, are mentioned.
This publication is split into 4 sections and starts with a category of metal-metal bonds and a few of the actual and chemical equipment used to check them, together with X-ray crystallography, magnetic susceptibility and electron spin resonance, nuclear spin resonance, Mössbauer measurements, infrared and Raman spectroscopy, obvious and ultraviolet spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, electric conductivity, electrochemical tools, and chemical reactivity. elements influencing the power of metal-metal bonds in metals and compounds also are tested. the rest sections take care of metal-metal bonds in coordination compounds and organometallic complexes, halides, and oxides.
This monograph could be an invaluable source for inorganic chemists.

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CO Mn Mu oc c ο C O C Ο FIG. 25. Suggested structure for the Mn2(CO)gXi~ anion. If, however, halogen (CI2) is used, rupture of the metal-metal bond with the formation 1 of (CO) 5 MnCl takes p l a c e " . In the case of rhenium, reaction with halide ions and Re2(CO)io yielded metal2 metal bonded R e 2 ( C O ) 8 I T and the halogen bridged R e 2 ( C O ) 7 X 7 (X = CI, Br) and 17 2 R e 2 ( C O ) 7 C l 2 B r - » . The infrared spectrum of R e 2 ( C O ) 8 I T is, similar to that of Mn2(CO)8l|", as is probably its structure.

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