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By Stephen J. Lippard

This finished sequence of volumes on inorganic chemistry offers inorganic chemists with a discussion board for severe, authoritative reviews of advances in each quarter of the self-discipline. each quantity stories fresh development with an important, updated choice of papers via the world over well-known researchers, complemented via distinct discussions and whole documentation. every one quantity contains a entire topic index and the sequence features a cumulative index in addition.

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The general stereochemistry containing a mirror plane is shown in Fig. 6. Atoms A, B, and C lie on the mirror plane, separating the pairs of atoms DE and FG. The axes are defined by = 0, e B = 0, Bc = 180”, the structure being completely defined by $B, @c,h,OD, $E, and BE. The potential energy surface projected onto the $B - $c plane is shown in Fig. 7. The surface is symmetrical across the line $B = $,-, and the continuous “reaction coordinate” lies in the bottom of the “moat” shown. The locations of the pentagonal bipyramid (P), capped octahedron (0),and capped trigonal prism (T) are marked.

10). ASPECTS OF THE STEREOCHEMISTRY OF SEVENCOORDINATION 55 Fig. 8. Stereochemistries corresponding to the locations marked on the upper left-hand side of Fig. 7. (P) Pentagonal bipyramids; (0) capped octahedra; (T) capped trigonal prisms. D. Comparison with Experiment The only sevencoordinate molecules with seven identical ligands that have been structurally characterized are IF7, (NH4)3 [ZrF,] , K2 [NbF, I , [Mo(CNBu)71(pF6 12 K4 [v(cN)7 12H2 0,and fEr(O : c7 HI 0 0 ) 7 1(c104)3* The x-ray data on IF7 is not sufficient to obtain the precise stereochemistry, which has been the subject of some controversy (24,53).

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