Inorganic Synthesis, Vol. 33 by Dimitri Coucouvanis

By Dimitri Coucouvanis

The Inorganic Syntheses sequence offers inorganic chemists with targeted and foolproof strategies for the practise of vital and well timed compounds. quantity 33 comprises provocative contributions on syntheses of chosen supramolecules, precious reagents/ligands, strong kingdom materials/clusters, and different compounds of common curiosity.

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D. 19 mmol), CH2Cl2 (15 mL), and a magnetic stir bar are placed in a 50-mL, two-necked, roundbottomed flask. One neck of the flask is fitted with a gas inlet valve that is attached to a conventional Schlenk vacuum/N2 line and the other with a rubber septum. 10 min) to remove O2. 19 mmol) is added to the stirred solution under a flow of N2, and the rubber septum is replaced. [*(Cp2Fe)(PF6) was prepared from ferrocene20 by dissolution in conc. H2SO4 with aerial oxidation followed by dilution and precipitation with a concentrated aqueous solution of (NH4)(PF6).

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A-HEPTAPOTASSIUM VANADOUNDECATUNGSTOALUMINATE a-K7[AlVIVW11O40] -K9 ½A1W11 O39 Š þ VOSO4 ! 80 mmol), dissolved in 5 mL of H2O, is added dropwise rapidly at room temperature. The color changes immediately to dark purple. The mixture is stirred for 30 min and filtered on a medium-porosity glass frit, then the dark purple filtrate is cooled to 5 C for 2 h. The resulting dark purple crystals are collected on a coarse fritted funnel and recrystallized from a minimum of warm (60 C) H2O. 5 g (61%). Properties Dark purple crystalline -K7[AlVW11O40]Á 15H2O is characterized in the solid state by IR: (2–5 wt% KBr pellet, cm À1): 942(m), 871(m), 793(s), 761(m), 697(w), 537(w), 492(w), 473(w).

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