Danielle M Norton

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The easily synthesized, easily handled compound Pd(eta(3)-1-PhC(3)H(4))(eta(5)-C(5)H(5)) (II) reacts readily with mono- and bidentate tertiary phosphines to produce the corresponding bis-phosphine palladium(0) complexes in good yields; II is thus an excellent precursor, perhaps the most efficacious and reliable available, for the synthesis of palladium(0)(More)
Transition-metal dithiolene complexes have interesting structures and fascinating redox properties, making them promising candidates for a number of applications, including superconductors, photonic devices, chemical sensors, and catalysts. However, not enough is known about the molecular electronic origins of these properties. Multinuclear solid-state NMR(More)
The polycarbon metal cluster [Fe6(CO)18C4]2- is formed by the reaction of CF3SO3SO2CF3 with [Fe3(CO)9(CCO)]2-. Apparently, the SO2CF3 moiety abstracts an oxygen from the ketenylidene (CCO) ligand and C-C coupling occurs to form the C4 ligand. A single-crystal X-ray structure determination reveals that the pattern of C-C bond lengths of the C4 ligand in(More)
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