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“…where the designation [FI(Co)t] is used to indicate the sum of the concentrations of two forms of the hydridocobaloxime as shown in the equilibrium HCo(dmgH)2P(n-C4H9)3 ± H+ HCo(dmgH)(dmgH2)P(n-C4H9)3+ (8) Confirmation of eq 7 is found in the plots of log (rate), vs.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 69%
“…where the designation [FI(Co)t] is used to indicate the sum of the concentrations of two forms of the hydridocobaloxime as shown in the equilibrium HCo(dmgH)2P(n-C4H9)3 ± H+ HCo(dmgH)(dmgH2)P(n-C4H9)3+ (8) Confirmation of eq 7 is found in the plots of log (rate), vs.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 69%
“…-95 (7) 0 (7) 6 The standard deviations in the last significant figure are given in parentheses in this and succeeding tables. c For the Ba(l) and 0(8) atoms in special positions (4e) on twofold axes, ß« and ß23 are required by symmetry to be zero.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 93%
“…P. Hanson, F. Herman, J. D. Lea, and S. Skillman, Acta Crystallogr., 17, 1040 (1964); those of Ba2+ are from D. T. Cromer and J. T. Waber, Acta Crystallogr., 18, 104 (1965). Real and imaginary corrections for anomalous dispersion for Mo Ka radiation were applied in the final least-squares cycles for the Ba2+ cations and Co atoms (i.e., /' = -0.4 and Af" = 3.0 for barium; /' = 0.4 and /" = 1.1 for cobalt).42 (14) °The superscripts refer to the following symmetry operations: 6 Only ten of the 18 edges of the distorted dodecahedron about Bail)24" are independent due to the C2-2 crystallographicjite symmetry. 'The nomenclature corresponding to the four types of edges (viz., a(2), 6(4), m(4), g( 8)) possessed by a regular DuA2m dodecahedron is given by J. L. Hoard and J. V. Silverton, Inorg.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Perhaps the addition of acetylenes to cobalt octacarbonyl (29) should be considered an insertion reaction even though the metal-metal bond is not broken since the acetylene finally is bonded to both addition reactions take place with bis-cyclopentadienylnickel carbonyl dimer (93).Changing from carbonyl to cyanide ligands seems to allow the formation of a true vinyl derivative. Thus, potassium pentacyanocobaltate, which may react as a dimer with a cobalt-cobalt bond(20), reacts with acetylene to give the adduct XV (31). The product was thought to be the trans isomer, but the data were not conclusive.Ke[Co(CN)…”
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