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Cycloaddition reactions of a chromium-chromium quintuple bond.
Bonds with unusually high bond orders have fascinated chemists for nearly half a century. Molecules that have bond orders higher than four have been known for decades. They can be found in transientExpand
From chromium-chromium quintuple bonds to molecular squares and porous coordination polymers.
Reaction of the quintuply bonded chromium(I) dimer [ApCrCrAp] (Ap = sterically demanding 2-aminopyridinate) with pyrazine yields a chromium(II) complex with a η(4):η(4) face-on coordinated pyrazineExpand