European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

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February 2009

Volume 2009, Issue 6

Pages 699–798

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    3. Graphical Abstract
    4. News
    5. Microreview
    6. Short Communication
    7. Full Papers
  2. Graphical Abstract

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    1. Graphical Abstract: Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 6/2009 (pages 699–703)

      Article first published online: 10 FEB 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200990011

  3. News

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  4. Microreview

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    1. Carbide Nanomaterials

      One-Step Synthesis and Characterization of SiC, Mo2C, and WC Nanostructures (pages 709–715)

      Vilas G. Pol, Swati V. Pol and Aharon Gedanken

      Article first published online: 28 JAN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200801037

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      This microreview discusses a novel approach for the syntheses of silicon, tungsten, and molybdenum carbides in the form of either nanoparticles/nanorods or nanotubes at a relatively low temperature by employing the solvent-, template-free and straightforward RAPET (Reactions under Autogenic Pressure at Elevated Temperature) process.

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    1. Chiral Coordination Networks

      A Homochiral 2D Copper(II) Coordination Framework (pages 717–720)

      John Fielden, Kyle Quasdorf, Arkady Ellern and Paul Kögerler

      Article first published online: 16 JAN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200801098

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      (S)-phenylethylaminodiacetate [(S)-peadaa] directs formation of a novel, homochiral 44 net displaying an unusual Cu···Cu connectivity mode.

  6. Full Papers

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    1. Spin-Crossover Complexes

      Inter- and Intrachain Spin-Transition Processes in One-Dimensional Polynuclear Iron(III) Complexes of N,N′-Ethylenebis(acetylacetonylideneimine) Bridged by 1,3-Bis(4-pyridyl)propane and 1,4-Bis(imidazolyl)butane (pages 721–726)

      Shinya Imatomi, Shingo Hashimoto and Naohide Matsumoto

      Article first published online: 12 NOV 2008 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200800778

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      Two types of one-dimensional (1D) spin-crossover (SCO) iron(III) complexes were studied. One consists of two crystallographically independent 1D chains, andSCO occurs in chain-by-chain fashion, and the other consists of two molecular units within a chain, whereby SCO is confined to adjacent Fe units within the chain.

    2. Porphyrin Distortion

      Impact of Distortion of Porphyrins on Axial Coordination in (Porphyrinato)zinc(II) Complexes with Aminopyridines as Axial Ligands (pages 727–734)

      Takahiko Kojima, Tatsuaki Nakanishi, Tatsuhiko Honda, Ryosuke Harada, Motoo Shiro and Shunichi Fukuzumi

      Article first published online: 15 JAN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200801040

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      The effect of conformational distortion of a porphyrin ring on the Lewis acidity of a metal center was examined for (porphyrinato)zinc(II) complexes with porphyrin ligands at various extents of distortion. The binding constants of pyridine derivatives reveal that the distortion of the porphyrin ring enhances the Lewis acidity of the Zn center to strengthen the axial coordination of pyridine derivatives.

    3. Redox-Active Ligands

      Group IV Coordination Chemistry of a Tetradentate Redox-Active Ligand in Two Oxidation States (pages 735–743)

      Karen J. Blackmore, Neetu Lal, Joseph W. Ziller and Alan F. Heyduk

      Article first published online: 20 JAN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200800945

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      Group IV metal complexes of the redox-active ligand [N2O2red]4– react with halogen oxidants to afford oxidative-addition-type products. The salen-like ligand binds strongly to the d0 metal atoms titanium(IV), zirconium(IV) and hafnium(IV) and acts as a two-electron reservoir to enable an oxidative addition pathway.

    4. Lanthanoid Clusters and Polymers

      Formation of HoIII Trinuclear Clusters and GdIII Monodimensional Polymers Induced by ortho and para Regioisomers of Pyridyl-Functionalised β-Diketones: Synthesis, Structure, and Magnetic Properties (pages 744–751)

      Philip C. Andrews, Glen B. Deacon, René Frank, Benjamin H. Fraser, Peter C. Junk, Jonathan G. MacLellan, Massimiliano Massi, Boujemaa Moubaraki, Keith S. Murray and Morry Silberstein

      Article first published online: 14 JAN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200801006

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      Regioisomers (ortho and para) of pyridyl-functionalised propane-1,3-diones yielded a monodimensional polymeric chain or a trinuclear hydroxo cluster upon reaction with LnCl3 (Ln = Gd, Ho). Structural and magnetic investigation of these compounds is herein reported.

    5. Heterometallic Thiolate Polymers

      Assembly of Novel 2D and 3D Heterometallic SbIII–CuI Polymers Based on Antimony(III) Thiolates as Metallothiolato Ligands (pages 752–759)

      Zhi-Hua Li, Long-Hua Li, Li-Ming Wu and Shao-Wu Du

      Article first published online: 8 JAN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200801032

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      Three examples of heteromatallic SbIII–CuI thiolate coordination polymers [{Sb2(edt)23-S)CuCl(CuSCN)}n], [{[Sb(edt)(pymt)]2(CuSCN)3}n], and [{[Sb(edt)(pymt)](CuSCN)2}n] (edt = ethane-1,2-dithiolate;pymt = 2-pyrimidinethiol) were synthesized using [Sb(edt)Cl] or [Sb(edt)(pymt)] as metalloligands. Their optical absorption spectra were studied and DFT calculations were performed.

    6. Prussian Blue Analogues

      Valence-Tautomeric RbMnFe Prussian Blue Analogues: Composition and Time Stability Investigation (pages 760–768)

      Lionel Salmon, Esther J. M. Vertelman, Carlos Bartual Murgui, Saioa Cobo, Gábor Molnár, Petra J. van Koningsbruggen and Azzedine Bousseksou

      Article first published online: 14 JAN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200800978

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      Three different stoichiometric forms of RbxMn[Fe(CN)6]y·zH2O Prussian blue analogues were synthesized and characterized. 57Fe Mössbauer and X-ray powder measurements revealed the electron-transfer-active centers. The stability of the compounds with time and following heat treatment is also discussed.

    7. Heterocycles

      Alkaline Earth Metal Salts of 5-Nitro-2H-tetrazole: Prospective Candidates for Environmentally Friendly Energetic Applications (pages 769–776)

      Thomas M. Klapötke, Carles Miró Sabaté and Jan M. Welch

      Article first published online: 20 JAN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200801080

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      Alkaline earth metal salts with the 5-nitrotetrazolate anion [CN5O2], a new family of thermally stable, highly sensitive compounds, show great promise as environmentally more friendly energetic materials.

    8. Polycyclic Silylphosphanes

      Metalation and Oxidative Coupling of the Unique Cyclic Silylphosphanes (iPr2Si)3PH and (iPr2Si)4PH (pages 777–783)

      Stephan Traut, Carsten von Hänisch and Hans-Joachim Kathagen

      Article first published online: 16 JAN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200800903

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      Two bicyclic silyldiphosphanes were obtained from the corresponding cyclic silaphosphanes (iPr2Si)nPH (n = 3, 4) by lithiation with nBuLi and subsequent oxidative coupling with dibromethane.

    9. Heterobinuclear Rhodium Complexes

      Heterobinuclear s-Indacene Rhodium Complexes: Synthesis and Characterization (pages 784–791)

      Christopher Adams, Cesar Morales-Verdejo, Verónica Morales, Desmond MacLeod-Carey, Juan Manuel Manríquez, Ivonne Chávez, Alvaro Muñoz-Castro, Fabien Delpech, Annie Castel, Heinz Gornitzka, Monique Rivière-Baudet, Pierre Rivière and Elies Molins

      Article first published online: 16 JAN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200800920

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      Heterobinuclear s-indacene rhodium complexes were recently synthesized, bearing secondary metallic fragments such as Cp*M (M = Fe, Co, and Ru). An unprecedented complex such as the syn-isomer of Cp*Ru[s-indacenediide]Rh(cod) was also formed and identified by X-ray diffraction techniques.

      Corrected by:

      Correction: Heterobinuclear s-Indacene Rhodium Complexes: Synthesis and Characterization

      Vol. 2009, Issue 14, 2187, Article first published online: 31 MAR 2009

    10. Half-Sandwich Ru Complexes

      Ruthenium η6-Hexamethylbenzene Complexes Containing Dichalcogenoimidodiphosphinate Ligands (pages 792–798)

      Wai-Man Cheung, Wai-Hang Chiu, Ian D. Williams and Wa-Hung Leung

      Article first published online: 14 JAN 2009 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.200800731

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      The 16-electron complexes [Ru(η6-C6Me6){η2-N(R2PQ)2}][OTf] (R = Ph, iPr; Q = S, Se) have been synthesised from [Ru(η6-C6Me6)Cl2]2, AgOTf and K[N(R2PQ)]2. Treatment of [Ru(η6-C6Me6){η2-N(iPr2PS)2}][OTf] with Li[BEt3H] and NaBH4 afforded [Ru(η6-C6Me6){η2-N(iPr2PS)2}Et] and [Ru(η6-C6Me6){η2-N(iPr2PS)2}H], respectively.

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