Rochelle L White-Morris

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A method was developed and tested to identify and quantitate carbonyls and multifunctional carbonyls in fine particulate matter (PM2.5; <2.5 microm aerodynamic diameter). The method relies on ultrasonic extraction of particulate matter on filters at -8 degrees C; derivatization with O-(2,3,4,5,6-pentafluorobenzyl) hydroxylamine (PFBHA), and PFBHA along with(More)
Crystallographic studies of yellow and colorless forms of [(C(6)H(11)NC)(2)Au(I)](PF(6)) show that they are polymorphs with differing, but close, contacts between the gold atoms which form extended chains. In the colorless polymorph the gold cations form linear chains with a short Au...Au contact (3.1822(3) A) indicative of an aurophilic attraction. The(More)
The unusual luminescence behavior of the two-coordinate gold(I) carbene complex, [Au[C(NHMe)(2)](2)](PF(6)) x 0.5(acetone), is reported. Upon freezing in a liquid N(2) bath, the colorless, nonluminescent solutions of [Au[C(NHMe)(2)](2)](PF(6)) x 0.5(acetone) become intensely luminescent. Strikingly, the colors of the emission differ in different solvents(More)
The preparation of three isonitrile complexes (CyNC)Au(I)Cl, (CyNC)Au(I)Br, and (CyNC)Au(I)I, along with their structural and spectral characterization, are reported. X-ray crystal structures reveal that these crystallize in the same space group and have closely related structures. The structures involve pleated chains of linear, two-coordinate monomers(More)
The trinuclear complex, Au(I)3(MeN=COMe)3, which displays a number of remarkable properties including solvoluminescence, has been found to crystallize as three polymorphs. The new triclinic and monoclinic polymorphs crystallized as colorless blocks, whereas the original hexagonal polymorph formed colorless needles. These polymorphs differ in the manner in(More)
The remarkable, vapor-induced transformation of the yellow polymorphs of [(C(6)H(11)NC)(2)Au(I)](AsF(6)) and [(C(6)H(11)NC)(2)Au(I)](PF(6)) into the colorless forms are reported along with related studies of the crystallization of these polymorphs. Although the interconversion of these polymorphs is produced by vapor exposure, molecules of the vapor are not(More)
Colorless [Au[C(NHMe)(2)](2)]X.H(2)O (X = Cl or Br) crystallize as dimers with Au.Au separations of 3.1231(3) A (Cl salt) and 3.1297(4) A (Br salt) between the linear, two-coordinate cations, and there is no direct interaction of Au(I) with the halide ions which are hydrogen bonded to ligand N-H groups and the water molecules. The luminescence of these(More)
Luminescent [(NH(3))(4)Pt][Au(CN)(2)](2).1.5(H(2)O), which forms from aqueous solutions of [(NH(3))(4)Pt]Cl(2) and K[Au(CN)(2)], crystallizes with extended chains of the two ions with multiple close Pt...Au (3.2804(4) and 3.2794(4) A) and Au...Au (3.2902(5), 3.3312(5), and 3.1902(4) A) contacts. Nonluminescent [(NH(3))(4)Pt][Ag(CN)(2)](2).1.4(H(2)O) is(More)
The preparation and X-ray crystal structures of (CyNC)Au(I)CN, (n-BuNC)Au(I)CN, and (i-PrNC)Au(I)CN.0.5CH(2)Cl(2) are reported and compared with those of (MeNC)Au(I)CN and (t-BuNC)Au(I)CN, which were previously described. These linear molecules are all organized through aurophilic interactions into three structural classes: simple chains ((CyNC)Au(I)CN and(More)
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