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Molecular structure of ru(eta-C5Me5)(eta-C5F5) by gas-phase electron diffraction and density functional theory

Johnston, B. and Rankin, D.W.H. and Robertson, H.E. and Hughes, R.P. and Lomprey, J.R. (2002) Molecular structure of ru(eta-C5Me5)(eta-C5F5) by gas-phase electron diffraction and density functional theory. Organometallics, 21 (22). pp. 4840-4846. ISSN 0276-7333

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Abstract

The structure of Ru(C5Me5)(C5F5) has been determined by gas-phase electron diffraction and density functional theory. Comparison structures of the known compounds Ru(C5H5)2 and Ru(C5F5)(C5H5), as well as the unknown compound Ru(C5F5)2, have also been determined by density functional theory.