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development in Inorganic Chemistry

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CONTENTS OF quantity forty three
* Oxovanadium and Oxomolybdenum Clusters and Solids Incorporating Oxygen-Donor Ligands (M. Ishaque Kahn, Illinois Institute of expertise, and Jon Zubieta, Syracuse collage)
* the applying of Polychalcogenide Salts to the Exploratory Synthesis of stable kingdom Multinary Chalcogenides at Intermediate Temperatures (Mercouri G. Kanatzidis and Anthony C. Sutorik, Michigan kingdom collage)
* Mechanistic and Kinetic points of Transition steel Oxygen Chemistry (Andreja Bakac, Iowa nation college)
* The Chemistry of steel Complexes with Selenolate and Tellurolate Ligands (John Arnold, collage of California, Berkeley)
* Coordination Chemistry with Sterically Hindered Hydrotris (pyrazolyl) borate Ligands: Organometallic and Bioinorganic views (Nobumasa Kitajima, Tokyo Institute of expertise, and William B. Tolman, college of Minnesota)
* steel Complexes of Calixarenes (D. Max Roundhill, Tulane University)Content:

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Formation of two 0 - H bonds removes charge from the central layer of oxygen atoms and weakens the bonds between these oxygen atoms and the vanadium layers. 011 closer to the outermost layer of negatively charged oxygen atoms. Such effects would be expected to be more pronounced upon coupled protonation and reduction of the core, as a result of the larger covalent radius of VIV relative to Vv. This expectation is confirmed in the Structures 15-17, which exhibit increased displacements of the vanadium planes from the reference plane.

Such effects would be expected to be more pronounced upon coupled protonation and reduction of the core, as a result of the larger covalent radius of VIV relative to Vv. This expectation is confirmed in the Structures 15-17, which exhibit increased displacements of the vanadium planes from the reference plane. The structural changes concomitant to protonation and reduction of the hexavanadate core are also evident in an overall expansion of the core volume as reflected in an increase in the distances between the outermost planes of oxygen atoms in the various structures.

As illustrated in Tables VI and VII, the identity of bridging -OH groups is clearly revealed by the metrical parameters when compared to those for bridging 0x0 groups. Valence sum calculations (125) on the oxygen atoms are consistent with these arguments and also serve to identify protonated 0x0 groups in metal oxide coordination complexes. While “naked” core metal oxides { M,O,}“are invariably anions, [V,O,(OH)(O,CR),K] demonstrates an intriguing characteristic of the coordination chemistry of polyoxoanion-based clusters-the introduction of organic ligands into the core structure allows the isolation of neutral and even cationic clusters, [M,O,LJo and [M,O,L,]”+ types, respectively.

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