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Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

, Volume 63, Issue 14, pp 1764–1771 | Cite as

Structural Features of Monomeric Octahedral Monooxo d2-Rhenium(V) Complexes [ReO(Ltrin)(Lmono)2] and [ReO(Ltrin)(Lbim)] with Oxygen Atoms of Tridentate Chelating (O, N, O) Ligands (Ltrin) (Review)

  • V. S. Sergienko
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Abstract

Structural features of 22 mononuclear octahedral monooxo d2-Re(V) complexes with tridentate chelating (О, N, О) ligands (Ltrin)—[ReO(Ltrin)(Lmono)2] and [ReO(Ltrin)(Lbim)] (Lmono is a monodentate ligand, is a bidentate ligand)—have been considered. Conditions for selecting ligands that can be located trans to the multiply bonded O(oxo) ligand are discussed.

Keywords

crystal structure single crystal X-ray diffraction octahedral d2-Re complexes tridentate chelating (O, N, O) ligands 

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Structural Features of Monomeric Octahedral Monooxo d2-Rhenium(V) Complexes [ReO(Ltrin)(Lmono)2] and [ReO(Ltrin)(Lbim)] with Oxygen Atoms of Tridentate Chelating (O, N, O) Ligands (Ltrin) (Review)

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic ChemistryRussian Academy of SciencesMoscowRussia
  2. 2.All-Russia Institute of Scientific and Technical InformationRussian Academy of SciencesMoscowRussia

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