Complex of bis(Dithioacetylacetonato)iron(II) with carbon monoxide, nitric oxide, and molecular oxygen
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bis(Dithioacetylacetonato)iron(II) is capable of complexing with carbon monoxide, nitric oxide, and oxygen. The complexes cis-Fe(C5H7S2)2(CO)2 and cis-Fe(C5H7S2)2(NO)2 are formed with CO and NO, respectively.
When CO reacts with Fe(C5H7S2)2 in the presence of pyridine, the monocarbonyl Fe(C5H7S2)2COPy is formed. If pyridine is replaced by m-phenylenediamine, a cyclic complex with bridging CO group is formed.
KeywordsOxide Oxygen Iron Nitric Oxide Pyridine
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