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Copper(II) is harder than copper(I): a novel mixed-valence example from alkoxide chemistry

Björn Gustafsson (Institutionen för oorganisk kemi) ; Mikael Håkansson ; Susan Jagner (Institutionen för oorganisk kemi)
New Journal of Chemistry (1144-0546). Vol. 27 (2003), 3, p. 459-461.
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Partial oxidation or disproportionation of tetrameric 2-allyl-6-methylphenoxocopper( I) leads to the formation of a novel trinuclear mixed-valence Cu(I) / Cu(II) alkoxide: [Cu-3 {OC6H3 (CH3) [CH2C(H) = CH2]}(4)], in which the central copper( II) atom is coordinated in a distorted square-planar configuration by four oxide ligands, whereas the peripheral copper( I) centres are each bonded to two C = C linkages and to two oxide ligands in a tetrahedral arrangement.

Nyckelord: mixed valence, copper(I), copper(II), alkoxide, phenoxide

Denna post skapades 2006-08-29. Senast ändrad 2013-07-12.
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