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The affinity and selectivity of terdentate nitrogen ligands towards trivalent lanthanide and uranium ions viewed from the crystal structures of the 1 ∶ 3 complexes
Treatment of LnI3 (Ln = La, Ce) or [UI3(py)4] with 3 equivalents of terpy in acetonitrile gave the tris(terpy) complexes [M(terpy)3]I3. Addition of 3 equivalents of RbtpExpand
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Isolation of a uranyl [UO2]+ species: crystallographic comparison of the dioxouranium(V) and (VI) compounds [UO2(OPPh3)4](OTf)n (n=1, 2).
The occurrence of the actinyl(v) species [AnO2] (An=U, Np, Pu, Am) in the nuclear industry and in the natural environment is a particular reason for the current studies of their physicochemicalExpand
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Synthesis of the stable UO2I2, the last of the uranyl dihalides. X-ray crystal structure of [UO2I2(py)3].
Treatment of UO2(OTf)2 with pure Me3SiI led to the quantitative formation of UO2I2 (1). This compound dissolved in pyridine and thf to give the red adducts [UO2I2L3][L = py (2) or thf (3)], whichExpand
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EON: software for long time simulations of atomic scale systems
The EON software is designed for simulations of the state-to-state evolution of atomic scale systems over timescales greatly exceeding that of direct classical dynamics.Expand
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Coordination environment of [UO2Br4]2− in ionic liquids and crystal structure of [Bmim]2[UO2Br4]
Abstract The complex formed by the reaction of the uranyl ion, UO22+, with bromide ions in the ionic liquids 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide ([Bmim][Tf2N]) andExpand
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Exploring the uranyl organometallic chemistry: from single to double uranium-carbon bonds.
Uranyl organometallic complexes featuring uranium(VI)-carbon single and double bonds have been obtained from uranyl UO(2)X(2) precursors by avoiding reduction of the metal center. X-ray diffractionExpand
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Synthesis and crystal structure of pentavalent uranyl complexes. The remarkable stability of U O2X (X = I, SO3CF3) in non-aqueous solutions.
The reaction of [UO(2)I(2)(THF)3] with KC(5)R(5) (R = H, Me) or K(2)C(8)H(8) in pyridine gave crystals of [{UO(2)(py)(5)}{KI2(py)2}]. (1), which were desolvated under vacuum into pulverulentExpand
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Unprecedented reduction of the uranyl ion [UO2]2+ into a polyoxo uranium(IV) cluster: synthesis and crystal structure of the first f-element oxide with a M6(micro3-O)8 core.
The smooth comproportionation reaction of the U(VI) and U(III) complexes UO2(OTf)2 and U(OTf)3, afforded the hexanuclear U(IV) oxide cluster [U6(micro3-O)8(micro2-OTf)8(py)8], a rare example of aExpand
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Easy access to stable pentavalent uranyl complexes.
Reaction of UO2I2(THF)3 with 1 molar equivalent of KC5R5 (R = H, Me) in pyridine led to the uranyl(V) compound {[UO2(Py)5][KI2(Py)2]}(infinity), which is an infinite 1D polymer in its crystallineExpand
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Lanthanide(III)/actinide(III) differentiation in coordination of azine molecules to tris(cyclopentadienyl) complexes of cerium and uranium.
Reaction of azine molecules L with the trivalent metallocenes [M(C5H4R)3](M = Ce, U; R = But, SiMe3) in toluene gave the Lewis base adducts [M(C5H4R)3(L)](L = pyridine, 3-picoline, 3,5-lutidine,Expand
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