Isomer shift (δ) and quadrupole splitting (Δ) parameters have been assigned to the iron sites in [FeRh5(CO)16]−, trans- and cis-[Fe2Rh4(CO)16]2−, [Fe3-Rh3(CO)17]3−, [FeRh4(CO)15]2−, [Fe3Pt3(CO)15]2− and [Fe4M(CO)16]2− (M = Pd or Pt) from 57Fe Mössbauer spectra recorded at 78 K. The data for the closo compounds [FeRh5(CO)16]− and [Fe2Rh4(CO)16]2− are compared with those for [Fe6(CO)16C]2−. In [Fe3Rh3(CO)17]3−, the three major Fe sites were identified. For both [Fe4M(CO)16]2− compounds two isomers were shown to be present in the solid state.

Brint, R., Collins, M., Spalding, T., Deeney, F., Longoni, G., DELLA PERGOLA, R. (1987). MOSSBAUER STUDY OF SOME FE-CONTAINING M-6 AND M-5 CLUSTERS. JOURNAL OF ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY, 319(2), 219-228 [10.1016/0022-328X(87)83029-2].

MOSSBAUER STUDY OF SOME FE-CONTAINING M-6 AND M-5 CLUSTERS

DELLA PERGOLA, ROBERTO
1987

Abstract

Isomer shift (δ) and quadrupole splitting (Δ) parameters have been assigned to the iron sites in [FeRh5(CO)16]−, trans- and cis-[Fe2Rh4(CO)16]2−, [Fe3-Rh3(CO)17]3−, [FeRh4(CO)15]2−, [Fe3Pt3(CO)15]2− and [Fe4M(CO)16]2− (M = Pd or Pt) from 57Fe Mössbauer spectra recorded at 78 K. The data for the closo compounds [FeRh5(CO)16]− and [Fe2Rh4(CO)16]2− are compared with those for [Fe6(CO)16C]2−. In [Fe3Rh3(CO)17]3−, the three major Fe sites were identified. For both [Fe4M(CO)16]2− compounds two isomers were shown to be present in the solid state.
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Mossbauer spectroscopy; heterometallic custers; iron; molecular geometry
English
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Brint, R., Collins, M., Spalding, T., Deeney, F., Longoni, G., DELLA PERGOLA, R. (1987). MOSSBAUER STUDY OF SOME FE-CONTAINING M-6 AND M-5 CLUSTERS. JOURNAL OF ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY, 319(2), 219-228 [10.1016/0022-328X(87)83029-2].
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