On the analysis of the Cr-Cr multiple bond in several classes of dichromium compounds.

@article{Macchia2010OnTA,
  title={On the analysis of the Cr-Cr multiple bond in several classes of dichromium compounds.},
  author={G. La Macchia and G. Li Manni and T. Todorova and M. Brynda and F. Aquilante and B. Roos and L. Gagliardi},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={49 11},
  pages={
          5216-22
        }
}
Since the discovery of a formal quintuple bond in Ar'CrCrAr' (CrCr = 1.835 A) by Power and co-workers in 2005, many efforts have been dedicated to isolating dichromium species featuring quintuple-bond character. In the present study we investigate the electronic configuration of several, recently synthesized dichromium species with ligands using nitrogen to coordinate the metal centers. The bimetallic bond distances of Power's compound and Cr(2)-diazadiene (1) (CrCr = 1.803 A) are compared to… Expand
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