By Stephen R. Cooper, Simon C. Rawle (auth.)
Contents: S.R. Cooper, S.C. Rawle, Oxford, united kingdom: Crown Thioether ChemistryD.M.P. Mingos, L. Zhenyang, Oxford, united kingdom: Hybridization Schemes for Co-ordination and Organometallic CompoundsL. Banci, I. Bertini, Florence; C. Luchinat, Bologna, Italy: The 1H NMR Parameters of Magnetically Coupled Dimers - The Fe2S2 Proteins as an ExampleF.A. Armstrong, Oxford, united kingdom: Probing Metalloproteins via Voltammetry
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Use of the aprotie highly ionizing DMF, particularly as elevated temperatures, favors intermediate formation of sulfonium salts over simple alkylation. Structurally [Ru(benzo-9S3)(CO)Brz] consists of a facially coordinated benzo: 9S3 with the benzo group approximately perpendicular to the S 3 plane (Table 1). In its conformation the 9S3 ring closely resembles analogous complexes of the unsubstituted ligand. Owing to the trans influence of CO the unique Ru-S~.... R. Cooper and S. C. Rawle -. ' S...
Hg(14S4)(OH2)] 2 + , where it arises from the attempt to circumscribe the large Hg(II) ion. Six-coordinate complexes of 14S4 can have either cis or trans geometry. Those with idealized D4h symmetry result from addition of two axial ligands to an anti [M(14S4)] n+ complex. Steric repulsion impedes the corresponding process in a syn complex, since the macrocyclic ligand restrict access to the sixth coordination site. Accordingly, syn complexes accept at most one additional ligand (to achieve square pyramidal coordination, as in [Hg(14S4)(OH/)] 2 +) .
18A) (Table 1). As in the Ni(II) analogue, [Cu(14S4)(OCIO3)2] adopts the centrosymmetric anti (R, S, S, R) conformation. Since Cu(II) is smaller than Ni(II) , [Cu(14S4)] 2+ should be less prone to adoption of syn stereochemistry. Electrochemical reduction of [Cu(14S4)(OC103)1] [151, 1523 gives the corresponding Cu(I) complex, which crystallizes as an oligomer. This structure apparently results from the incompatibility of 14S4 with tetrahedral ion (at normal M-S distances). Each Cu(I) ion achieves distorted tetrahedral coordination through three S atoms from one ligand, and a fourth from an adjacent 14S4 (Fig.
Bioinorganic Chemistry by Stephen R. Cooper, Simon C. Rawle (auth.)