By R. D. W. Kemmitt, R. D. Peacock, J. C. Bailar, H. J. Emeléus, Ronald Nyholm
The Chemistry of Manganese, Technetium and Rhenium is a three-chapter booklet that discusses the composition, constitution, homes, and alter of manganese, technetium, and rhenium.
The first bankruptcy during this specific publication is the thirty seventh bankruptcy of the amount of a chain, which makes a speciality of manganese. The heritage, incidence, metallurgy, makes use of, and chemistry of manganese are particularly mentioned during this bankruptcy. The compounds of manganese also are awarded. This bankruptcy is through a bankruptcy at the chemistry of technetium, together with its discovery, isolation, and compounds. The final bankruptcy is dedicated to rhenium, discussing its discovery, isolation, compounds, and actual and chemical homes.
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As every fourth manganese(IV) ion is missing in these main layers, their composition becomes M n 3 O s , and chains of coordination octahedra linked by common edges are found. Manganese(II) ions are above and below the v empty manganese(IV) sites completing the composition Mn^Mn 3 C>8. M n 20 3 Manganese(III) oxide exists in two forms referred to as α - Μ η 2 0 3 and y - M n 2 0 3 . The 1 89 α-form has been prepared by the decomposition of commercial M n 0 2 in air at 8 0 0 ° C or 178 κ. F. Zmbov and J.
89 Â . I t h a s 141 been suggested that the latter result refers to a h y d r a t e . The C = N stretching frequency of KsMn(CN)ö has been reported and is unusual in being notably higher than the correspond141 ing technetium and rhenium a n i o n s . Manganese(I) carbonyl cyanide complexes K2[Mn(CO)3(CN) 3 ] and K3[Mn(CO)2(CN) 4 ] have been obtained from K C N and MnCl(CO)s. Their infrared spectra have also been 150 studied . A manganese(I) nitrosyl cyanide complex, K 3 [ M n ( C N ) 5 N O ] 2 H 2 0 , can be prepared 148 from K3Mn(CN)o, K C N and hydroxylamine .
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