By A.G. Sykes
Advances in Inorganic Chemistry provides well timed and informative summaries of the present growth in numerous topic components inside inorganic chemistry, starting from bioinorganic to sturdy kingdom.
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2. Electronic structure of biferrocene (2): (a) energy diagram; (b) illustration of large electronic interaction between dx2-y2 orbitals (ezg) of ferrocene units throughp, orbitals of Cp rings (54). found. This rules out the possibility of a dZz-based HOMO and indicates that d, and dx2-y2 should generate the HOMO of biferrocenium(l+). The electronic interaction for d, is larger than for dZ2-y2,and the PKS model for intramolecular properties, considering both limiting cases, has been found to be fully consistent with available experimental data, the distortion parameter of the crystal structure, the transfer integral obtained from the IT band analysis, a specific heat Schottky anomaly (55), and the faster electron exchange compared with the Mossbauer time scale.
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