Molecular beams by Norman Ramsey

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11. The structure of an oxime-bridged copper(I1) complex. POLYNUCLEAR COMPLEXES OF AMINOALCOHOLS 45 indicates a dimeric unit (Fig. 11) with a centrosymmetric, nearly planar sixmembered ring made up of two copper atoms and two oxime groups. 9(3)', respectively, are indicative of essentially sp2 hybridization for the oxime atoms. 581(3) A, is considerably greater than the values found in the oxygen-bridged compounds, ca. 0 A, and is certainly large enough to rule out any significant H3C \/ N-OH C I C /\ HaC N-(CHz)a-OH 6 amount of direct bonding.

The compounds that they prepared have recently been shown (21, 22, 25) to be identical to compounds prepared earlier (31, 9) from cobalt(I1) salts and 2-aminoethanol. The formula of the compounds, Coz(Eta)s(EtaH)s &, could be rationalized as a double salt composed of two complex salts, Co(Eta) (EtaH)zXz and Co(Eta)z(EtaH)X, but the constant composition for a variety of anions, X, made such an explanation improbable. A hydrogenbonded cation, [Co2(Eta)3(EtaH)#+, was suggested and dinuclear structures containing octahedral tris chelates with from one (corner-to-corner bonding) to three (face-to-face bonding) hydrogen bonds were considcred.

11. Factors influencing M-M Bonding 111. Sulfur Ligands ...................... A. Electron Accepting 1,2-Dithiolenes .................................. B. Electron Donating 1,l-Dithiolates ...................... C. Sulfur-Sulfur Interactions . . . . IV. Metal Ions of Interest . . . . . . . V. Stacked Planar Complexes . . . unds with Short M-M Distances ....................... C. Palladium and Platinum Compounds D. Miscellaneous Stacked VI. Bridged Complexes . . .

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