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By J. A. McCleverty, T. J. Meyer

Complete Coordination Chemistry II (CCC II) is the sequel to what has develop into a vintage within the box, accomplished Coordination Chemistry, released in 1987. CCC II builds at the first and surveys new advancements authoritatively in over two hundred newly comissioned chapters, with an emphasis on present tendencies in biology, fabrics technology and different components of up to date clinical curiosity.

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Many examples are known, and are covered in detail in the previously cited reviews; only Figure 48 The structure of (THF)Ba3(PSi(But)3)2[P(H)Si(But)3]2. 44 Group 1s and 2s Metals Li P Li P P Li Cl Li Li Cl P Li P Li Li P P Figure 49 Li The structure of the Li8P8 aggregate derived from LiCl and {Li2(PSiPh3)[P(H)(-SiR2)]}2. Figure 50 The structure of the open polyhedral complex {EtSi[P(Si(Pri)3)Na]3}2. 45 Group 1s and 2s Metals representative systems need be presented here. , M[N(SiMe3)2]2 (M ¼ Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba) react with HP(SiR3) to produce the corresponding phosphides).

Rhombic dodecahedral Si2P6Li6 framework, whereas the product from the sodium reaction has an open polyhedral structure, with two bridging sodium atoms, each coordinated 2 to a molecule of the toluene solvent (see Figure 50). 476 (iii) Disubstituted phosphido complexes Disubstituted phosphido ligands [PRR0 ]À have been incorporated into numerous s-block complexes. Many examples are known, and are covered in detail in the previously cited reviews; only Figure 48 The structure of (THF)Ba3(PSi(But)3)2[P(H)Si(But)3]2.

Such ligands are found in the 1:1 TMEDA complex of lithium thiocyanate, (LiSCNTMEDA)n prepared from solid NH4SCN and BunLi in TMEDA/hexane. 395 The detection of radicals with EPR spectroscopy suggests that the reaction proceeds via an electron-transfer mechanism. Heterobimetallic species containing -SCN ligands are found in the polymeric chain structures [K(18-crown-6)(5-C5Me5)2Yb(NCS)2]1,409 [K(18-crown-6)(-SCN)]2UO2(NCS)2(H2O),410 and Figure 35 The structure of complex formed between (E)-9,10-diphenyl-2,5,8,11,14,17-hexaoxaoctadec-9-ene and NaSCN.

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