Structural Chemistry of Linear Chain Transition Metal Complexes View Full Text


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DATE

1980

AUTHORS

Heimo J. Keller

ABSTRACT

Transition metal ions normally occur in very distinct geometric arrangements of their ligands. Very often certain metal ions in a distinct oxidation state prefer only one particular geometry of the nearest environment. The versatility of coordination chemistry is furthermore based on the fact, that there are ligands which “offer” donor atoms only in special spatial arrangements (like the “tripod” ligands or phthalocyanine). This opens the possibility of “forcing” metal ions in special, preselected ligand fields. Inter-ionic interactions in solid transition metal complexes are a prerequisite for collective physical properties. These interactions strongly depend on the sterical arrangement of the ligands. It follows then, that distinct cooperative properties can be produced “at will” by selecting appropriate metal ions and ligands. Since the main emphasis of this meeting is on very anisotropic collective behaviour, this paper concentrates on those species which allow “linear” and infinite interactions. There are quite a number of recent reviews in which different aspects of this problem have been discussed in detail (1–9) and two other lectures (J.S. Miller and P. Day) related to this problem have been presented at this meeting. More... »

PAGES

321-331

Book

TITLE

The Physics and Chemistry of Low Dimensional Solids

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978-94-009-9069-2
978-94-009-9067-8

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