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Issue 10, 2012

Unsupported d8–d8 interactions in cationic PdII and PtII complexes: evidence for a significant metal–metal bonding character

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Abstract

Isostructural dinuclear Pd and Pt complexes that exhibit unique d8–d8 interactions between dicationic metal centers are reported. These metal–metal interactions are not supported by any bridging ligands and suggest a significant metal–metal bonding character for both Pd and Pt systems.

Graphical abstract: Unsupported d8–d8 interactions in cationic PdII and PtII complexes: evidence for a significant metal–metal bonding character

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Submitted
31 Aug 2011
Accepted
09 Oct 2011
First published
25 Oct 2011

Chem. Commun., 2012,48, 1532-1534
Article type
Communication

Unsupported d8–d8 interactions in cationic PdII and PtII complexes: evidence for a significant metal–metal bonding character

J. Luo, J. R. Khusnutdinova, N. P. Rath and L. M. Mirica, Chem. Commun., 2012, 48, 1532 DOI: 10.1039/C1CC15420F

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