Spectroscopic and magnetic investigations of Re(I)Cl(CO)₃(Ü,Üʹ-diimine) complexes and group (1B,8B) bimetallic complexes

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Organometallic compounds -- Spectra., Organometallic compounds -- Magnetic properties., Rhenium compounds -- Spectra., Rhenium compounds -- Magnetic proper
Other titlesSpectroscopic and magnetic investigations of Re(I)Cl(CO)₃(alpha, alphaʹ-diimine) complexes and group (1B,8B) bimetallic complexes.
Statementby Durwin R. Striplin.
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 257 leaves, bound :
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In an uncomplexed metal ion in the gas phase, the electrons are distributed among the five d orbitals in accord with Hund's rule because the orbitals all have the same energy. However, when ligands coordinate to a metal ion, the energies of the d orbitals are no longer the same.

In octahedral complexes, the lobes in two of the five d orbitals, the d z 2 d z 2 and d x 2 − y 2 d x 2 − y 2. EPR spectroscopy. The EPR spectra were measured at 77 and K with a Bruker ESP E X-band ESR spectrometer equipped with a kHz magnetic field modulator, a phase sensitive detector and an X-band low-temperature accessory.

The magnetic field was monitored with a Bruker ER M NMR gaussmeter. The magnetic field was swept from 0 to by:   Herein, we utilize a variety of physical methods including magnetometry (SQUID), electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), and magnetic circular dichroism (MCD), in conjunction with high-level ab initio theory to probe both the ground and ligand-field excited electronic states of a series of V(IV) (S = 1/2) and V(III) (S = 1) molecular complexes.

The ligand fields of the central metal ions are Cited by: 1. Herein, we utilize a variety of physical methods including magnetometry (SQUID), electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), and magnetic circular dichroism (MCD), in conjunction with high-level ab initio theory to probe both the ground and ligand-field excited electronic states of a series of V(IV) (S = 1/2) and V(III) (S = 1) molecular by: 1.

The spin reorientation has been monitored in a number of RE orthoferrites by several techniques; magnetic torque, microwave absorption, neutron diffraction, and optical spectroscopy.

A few of the rare‐earth orthoferrites show RE‐RE interaction strong enough to cause an ordering of the rare‐earth ions at temperatures on the order of 2 Cited by:   Spectroscopic and magnetic investigations of actinide‐based nanomagnets. Nicola Magnani.

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Corresponding Author. Institute for Transuranium Elements, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, PostfachD‐ Karlsruhe, Germany. E‐mail: [email protected] Search for more papers by this author. Van Stappen, C., Manganas, D., DeBeer, S., Bill, E., & Neese, F.

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