Cycloaddition reactions of a chromium-chromium quintuple bond.

@article{Noor2011CycloadditionRO,
  title={Cycloaddition reactions of a chromium-chromium quintuple bond.},
  author={A. Noor and Emmanuel Sobgwi Tamne and Sadaf Qayyum and Tobias A Bauer and R. Kempe},
  journal={Chemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={17 25},
  pages={
          6900-3
        }
}
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 transient diatomic molecules like M2 (M= V, Nb, Cr, Mo). [3–6] The Cr2 molecule, the most popular example among them, has been synthesized in the gas phase by means of pulsed photolysis and by vaporisation of the metal. Furthermore, it can be isolated in an inert matrix. Unfortunately, the stability restricts… Expand
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