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Time-resolved Laue diffraction of excited species at atomic resolution: 100 ps single-pulse diffraction of the excited state of the organometallic complex Rh2(μ-PNP)2(PNP)2·BPh4

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Abstract

The polychromatic Laue technique has been applied in 100 ps delay synchrotron pump–probe experiments of the triplet excited state of a Rh(I) dinuclear complex. The observed contraction of the Rh–Rh distance of 0.154 (13) Å is less than predicted by a series of theoretical calculations, a difference attributed to the constraining effect of the crystal lattice.

Graphical abstract: Time-resolved Laue diffraction of excited species at atomic resolution: 100 ps single-pulse diffraction of the excited state of the organometallic complex Rh2(μ-PNP)2(PNP)2·BPh4

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Submitted
16 Nov 2010
Accepted
09 Dec 2010
First published
06 Jan 2011

Chem. Commun., 2011,47, 1704-1706
Article type
Communication

Time-resolved Laue diffraction of excited species at atomic resolution: 100 ps single-pulse diffraction of the excited state of the organometallic complex Rh2(μ-PNP)2(PNP)2·BPh4

J. B. Benedict, A. Makal, J. D. Sokolow, E. Trzop, S. Scheins, R. Henning, T. Graber and P. Coppens, Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 1704
DOI: 10.1039/C0CC04997B

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