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Cristina Tejel, Laura Asensio, M. Pilar del Río, Bas de Bruin, José A. López and Miguel A. Ciriano Snapshots of a Reversible Metal–Ligand Two-Electron Transfer Step Involving Compounds Related by Multiple Types of Isomerism European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 2012

Version of Record online: 10 NOV 2011 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201100868

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Four different types of isomerism are involved in the reversible conversion of two isolated isomeric species of the heterodinuclear complex [(cod)Rh(bpa – 2H)Ir(cod)], which contains a redox noninnocent 2-iminopyridine-type ligand. Enthalpy stabilizes the Rh–I{(bpa – 2H)0} isomer (left), whereas entropy is the driving force to generate the RhI{(bpa – 2H)2–} isomer (right).

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