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Synthesis and structure of a potassium potassiochromate: a bis-chromium(II) molecule held together by near-square-planar potassium-ligand bridges

Carrella, Luca M. and Foerster, Christoph and Kennedy, Alan R. and Klett, Jan and Mulvey, Robert E. and Rentschler, Eva (2010) Synthesis and structure of a potassium potassiochromate: a bis-chromium(II) molecule held together by near-square-planar potassium-ligand bridges. Organometallics, 29 (21). pp. 4756-4758. ISSN 0276-7333

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Abstract

No Cr-Cr bonding is found in a new type of mixed-metal ate complex having two coordinatively unsaturated but sterically saturated bisamido-monoalkyl Cr(II) groups linked via an unusual near-square-planar-coordinated K atom in the moiety of the ate, while the cationic moiety is a separated iris-tmeda solvated second potassium atom.