Alessandro Bernardi

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Reaction of the [Ni(9)C(CO)(17)](2-) dianion with CdCl(2)2.5 H(2)O in THF affords the novel bimetallic Ni--Cd carbide carbonyl clusters [H(6-n)Ni(30)C(4)(CO)(34)(micro(5)-CdCl)(2)](n-) (n=3-6), which undergo several protonation-deprotonation equilibria in solution depending on the basicity of the solvent or upon addition of acids or bases. Although the(More)
The new tetra-acetylide carbonyl clusters [H(4-n)Ni(22)(C(2))(4)(CO)(28)(CdBr)(2)](n-) (n = 2-4) have been prepared by reacting [Ni(10)C(2)(CO)(15)](2-) with a large excess of CdBr(2).xH(2)O and the molecular structure of the di-anion [H(2)Ni(22)(C(2))(4)(CO)(28)(CdBr)(2)](2-) has been fully elucidated by means of X-ray crystallography. The corresponding(More)
To demonstrate in a two-compartment heterogeneous mechanical model of the lung how different loads applied to one compartment, while the other is kept constant, would modify gas distribution between the two pathways under high-frequency percussive ventilation (HFPV). Additionally, these results were compared with those generated in the same model by(More)
The reaction of [Ni(9)C(CO)(17)](2-) with [Cu(CH(3)CN)(4)][BF(4)] (1.1-1.5 equiv.) afforded the first Ni-Cu carbide carbonyl cluster, i.e., [H(2)Ni(30)C(4)(CO)(34){Cu(CH(3)CN)}(2)](4-) ([H(2)1](4-)). This has been crystallised in a pure form with miscellaneous [NR(4)](+) (R = Me, Et) cations, as well as co-crystallised with(More)
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