Extended Linear Chain Compounds: Volume 1 by Alan L. Balch (auth.), Joel S. Miller (eds.)
By Alan L. Balch (auth.), Joel S. Miller (eds.)
Linear chain ingredients span a wide move component to modern chemistry starting from covalent polymers, to natural cost move com plexes to nonstoichiometric transition steel coordination complexes. Their commonality, which coalesced extreme curiosity within the theoretical and exper imental good country physics/chemistry groups, was once in accordance with the obser vation that those inorganic and natural polymeric substrates express extraordinary metal-like electric and optical houses. Exploitation and extension of those platforms has resulted in the systematic learn of either the chemistry and physics of hugely and poorly carrying out linear chain elements. to achieve a salient figuring out of those advanced fabrics wealthy in anomalous aniso tropic electric, optical, magnetic, and mechanical houses, the conver gence of numerous talents and abilities used to be required. The optimistic mixing of ordinarily segregated disciplines equivalent to man made and actual natural, inorganic, and polymer chemistry, crystallography, and theoretical and ex perimental stable country physics has resulted in the well timed improvement of a very interdisciplinary technology. this can be evidenced within the contributions of this monograph sequence. in the subject matter of prolonged Linear Chain Compounds, specialists in vital, yet assorted, points of the self-discipline have mirrored upon the growth that has been made and feature cogently summarized their box of uniqueness. hence, updated studies of various and sundry facets of "extended linear chain compounds" have built. inside of those vol umes, a variety of incisive contributions overlaying all elements of the varied linear chain elements were summarized.
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Ir CH 3C 6H 4NH 2 I '-CO CI I oc,-l . . cl OC . . Ir,- I CI,- . . CO . . Ir,CH 3C 6 H 4NH 2 I CO NH 2C 6 H 4CH 3 OC,-I . . I,. . . 2. Metal-Metal-Bonded Chains In the solid state this material is the most extensively studied of the linear chain metal complexes and it is the prototype for a number of other partially oxidized tetracyanoplatinum salts. Its structure has been determined from x-ray and neutron diffractional data. 30· 3H 20 are readily prepared by mixing aqueous solutions of K 2[Pt(CN)4]' 3H 20 and K 2 [Pt(CN)4 Br 2 ]' 2H 2 0 in a molar ratio of 5 to 1.
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