Direct observation of fine structure transitions in a paramagnetic nickel(II) complex using far-infrared magnetic spectroscopy: a new method for studying high-spin transition metal complexes.

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Novel far-infrared (FIR) absorption spectroscopy in conjunction with multiple, fixed external magnetic fields (FIR magnetic spectroscopy, FIRMS) has been used to investigate pseudotetrahedral complexes with the formula M(PPh(3))(2)Cl(2) (M = Ni, Zn; Ph = C(6)H(5)). Crystal structures have been reported for the Ni complex; we report the structure of the Zn… (More)

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@article{Vongtragool2003DirectOO, title={Direct observation of fine structure transitions in a paramagnetic nickel(II) complex using far-infrared magnetic spectroscopy: a new method for studying high-spin transition metal complexes.}, author={Suriyakan Vongtragool and Boris P. Gorshunov and Martin Dressel and Jerzy Krzystek and David M. Eichhorn and Joshua Telser}, journal={Inorganic chemistry}, year={2003}, volume={42 6}, pages={1788-90} }