By A. G. Sykes
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V. Effects on Bonding of Metal Complexation This section briefly discusses the effect of metal complexation on the electronic structure of Cs0 and draws together some information that has been presented in previous sections. In terms of the Dewar-Chatt model of bonding, for T metal complexation one double bond is effectively removed from the fullerene conjugation system due to extensive interaction between metal d orbitals and the fullerene HOMO and LUMO (7). The remaining 29 double bonds then behave almost identically to uncomplexed C60 with their IR, Raman, UV-vis, and 13C NMR spectra showing only slight perturbations, mainly as a result of diminution of symmetry effects.
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Letts. 1992,1361. This Page Intentionally Left Blank ADVANCES IN INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, VOL. 44 GROUP 6 METAL CHALCOGENIDE CLUSTER COMPLEXES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS TO SOLID-STATE CLUSTER COMPOUNDS TARO SAlTO Department of Chemistry, School of Science, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo 113, Japan I. Introduction 11. Octahedral Clusters A. Synthesis B. Molecular Structure C. Electronic Structure D. Dimers of Octahedral Clusters E. Relationship to Solid-state Cluster Compounds 111. Tetrahedral Clusters A.
Advances in Inorganic Chemistry, Vol. 44 by A. G. Sykes