(Comparison of group transfer, inner sphere and outer sphere electron transfer mechanisms of organometallic complexes: Progress report)
We have constructed an infrared stopped-flow spectrophotometer and initiated a study of the mechanisms of reactions that involve a change in the oxidation state of organometallic complexes. In this summary we highlight our results on reactions (1) that formally involve exchange of a charged species between two metal carbonyl anions, (2) that involve addition of an electron to, or removal of an electron from organometallic complexes that contain a metal-metal bond, and (3) between coordination complexes and metal carbonyl anions.
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- 37 INORGANIC, ORGANIC, PHYSICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY; ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS; CHARGE EXCHANGE; ELECTRON TRANSFER; ANIONS; CARBON MONOXIDE LASERS; CARBONYLS; INFRARED SPECTROMETERS; LIQUID FLOW; PROGRESS REPORT; CHARGED PARTICLES; DOCUMENT TYPES; FLUID FLOW; GAS LASERS; IONS; LASERS; MEASURING INSTRUMENTS; ORGANIC COMPOUNDS; SPECTROMETERS 400201* -- Chemical & Physicochemical Properties
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