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Callahan, F. R. Keene, T. J. Meyer, and D. J. Salmon, J. Amer. Chein. , in press lo7 (cited in ref. 106). R. D. Cannon, Chem. Phys. Letters, 1977, 49, 299. logJ. K. Beattie, N. S. Hush, P. Taylor, C. L. Raston, and A. H. S. Dalfon, 1977, lo8 1121. Reactions Between Two Metal Complexes 21 (5 1 environments of the two Ru atoms are identical. 006rt. 005 8, (cis). 15 4 . 04 A,* Hence the possibility of localized valences, with electron transfer less rapid than bond stretching vibrations, is still not excluded.

Nitclear Chern. Letters, 1977, 13, 91. 1 2 3 B. A. Lange, K. Libson, E. Deutsch, and R. C. Elder, Inorg. , 1976, 15, 2985. 111 112 Reactions Between Two Metal Complexes 23 corresponding reaction with V2+ion is outer-sphere, as judged from the activation + The reaction [CoIII(TPPS)] Cr2+[TPPS = tetra-(p-sulphonatophenyl)porphinate] yields the successor complex [CoII(TPPS)CrIII], indicating electron transfer by the peripheral rather than the axial route (see the reference cited for earlier work on this question).

Could, J. Amer. Chein. ,1972, 94, 4360. ~~~ The decay rate k=63 s-l has been measured. The further intermediate (14) was not seen but is inferred from the dimeric final product (15). H\c/oH I ? I~~ The protonated forms of the complexes are relatively umeactive. Reduction of the 2-isomer leads to the unexpected product (16), consistent with the sequence of reactions (61). The other two isomers lead to the complexes [Cr(H20)5(NC5H4CN)]3+, 3+ (16) with the chromium bound to the ring nitrogen atom, implying the remote-attack mechanism,The relative effectivenessof the three isomericligands as electron-transfer bridges is shown in the sequence of rate constants k , (Table 2a), in the order 2- > 4 - 9 3-.

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