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“…For example, a previous study by Burgi et al [18] on cobaloximes revealed that both axial distances lengthen when the electron donating ability of the X group increases. This behavior was called inverse trans influence, in contrast to the normal trans influence, which occurs when the lengthening of one axial bond corresponds to a shortening of the other [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]. On the basis of a careful reanalysis of the available data of the axial fragment, we provide here new evidence that both normal and inverse trans influences occur in cobaloximes.…”
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“…For example, a previous study by Burgi et al [18] on cobaloximes revealed that both axial distances lengthen when the electron donating ability of the X group increases. This behavior was called inverse trans influence, in contrast to the normal trans influence, which occurs when the lengthening of one axial bond corresponds to a shortening of the other [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]. On the basis of a careful reanalysis of the available data of the axial fragment, we provide here new evidence that both normal and inverse trans influences occur in cobaloximes.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 87%
“…The ability of a ligand to affect the metal-ligand bond of another ligand can be exerted electronically, by direct transmission through the metal (electronic influence), or sterically, by nonbonding interactions between the ligands (steric influence). The assignment of electronic or steric effects/influences allows rationalization of important properties of square planar [2,3] and octahedral [4][5][6][7][8] transition metal complexes, such as geometry, stability, and reactivity. Generally, the terms cis effect and trans effect refer to kinetics, whereas cis and trans influence refers to ground state and thermodynamic properties.…”
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“…The trans influence has been used to explain the stability of square planar complexes [24], while the trans effect has been used to study reaction pathways [25]. There are many experimental studies into the trans influence, generally using spectroscopic or X-ray crystallographic methods [26][27][28]. Additionally, density functional theory (DFT) structure optimization and molecular orbital analysis have been employed in the study of the Figure 1.…”
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“…The following reagents were used as supplied: dppf (Aldrich), dppm (Merck), dppe (Merck), dppp (Merck), dppb (Acros), and dpppe (Alfa Aesar). 31 2 ] and cis-[PtCl 2 (P 2 )] (P ¼ Ph 3 P and (MeO) 3 P; P 2 ¼ dppm (see 9), dppe (see 11), and dpppe (see 4)) were prepared as described in [2] [35], and cis-[PtBr 2 (Ph 3 P) 2 ] (c-23) [24] were prepared in good yield by metathesis of cis-[PtCl 2 (P 2 )] with two equiv. of KX (X ¼ Br, I) in acetone.…”
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