By Tobin J. Marks
content material: value of metal-ligand bond energies in organometallic chemistry: an outline / Tobin J. Marks --
Periodic tendencies in transition steel bonds to hydrogen, carbon, and nitrogen / Peter B. Armentrout --
Organometallic response energetics from product kinetic power unlock distributions / Petra A.M. van Koppen, Michael T. Bowers, J.L. Beauchamp, and David V. Dearden --
tools for identifying metal-ligand and metal-metal bond energies utilizing fourier rework mass spectrometry / Ben S. Freiser --
Gas-phase thermochemistry of organometallic and coordination complicated ions / David E. Richardson, Charles S. Christ, Jr., Paul Sharpe, Matthew F. Ryan, and John R. Eyler --
Ionization energy-bond power relationships in organometallic chemistry / Dennis L. Lichtenberger and Ann S. Copenhaver --
Thermodynamics and kinetics of transition metal-alkyl homolytic bond dissociation procedures / Jack Halpern --
Cage pair intermediates and activation parameters / T. Koenig, T.W. Scott, and James A. Franz --
Thermodynamic and kinetic stories of binding nitrogen and hydrogen to complexes of chromium, molybdenum, and tungsten / Alberto A. Gonzalez, Kai Zhang, Shakti L. Mukerjee, Carl D. Hoff, G. Rattan okay. Khalsa, and Gregory J. Kubas --
Thermodynamic experiences of the hydrogenation and reductive coupling of carbon monoxide by means of rhodium(II) porphyrins / Bradford B. Wayland, Virginia L. Coffin, Alan E. Sherry, and William R. Brennen --
steel and ancillary coordination results on organolanthanide-ligand bond enthalpies : implications for bonding and response styles / Steven P. Nolan, David Stern, David Hedden, and Tobin J. Marks --
Novel extensions of the electrostatic covalent process and calorimetric measurements to organometallic structures / Russell S. Drago --
Metal-ligand bond dissociation energies in CpMn(CO)₂L and Cr(CO)₅(olefin) complexes / Jane okay. Klassen, Matthias Selke, Amy A. Sorensen, and Gilbert ok. Yang --
Metal-carbon and metal-hydrogen bond dissociation enthalpies from classical and nonclassical calorimetric reviews / A.R. Dias, H.P. Diogo, D. Griller, M.E. Minas da Piedade, and J.A. Martinho Simões --
Adsorbate-induced restructuring of surfaces : floor thermodynamic puzzle / G.A. Somorjai --
Acid websites on chemically converted molybdenum surfaces / Peter C. Stair --
Absolute electronegativity, hardness, and bond energies / Ralph G. Pearson --
Gas-phase chemistry of first-row transition steel ions with nitrogen-containing compounds : theoretical and experimental investigations / A. Mavridis, ok. Kunze, J.F. Harrison, and J. Allison --
Periodic traits within the bond energies of transition steel complexes : density useful concept / Tom Ziegler and Vincenzo Tschinke.
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Metal c l u s t e r s . We have recently published the f i r s t measurements of the binding energies f o r t r a n s i t i o n metal c l u s t e r s larger than the dimers (39,40, Hales, D. ; Armentrout, P. B. J . Cluster Science submitted f o r p u b l i c a t i o n ) . This work i s being extended to other metals and to the chemistry of such species. We have also recently developed a flowing afterglow source f o r our guided ion beam apparatus. This source i s designed to produce ions that are therraalized i n a l l degrees of freedom.
The two lone p a i r s can be seen to each make a s i m i l a r 28 kcal/mol c o n t r i b u t i o n each i n the V0H case, Figure 3. Z i e g l e r et a l . have calculated a s i m i l a r r e s u l t f o r the series of saturated species, C i T i - L , f i n d i n g the Ti-OH bond to be 21 kcal/mol stronger than the Ti-NH bond which i s 23 kcal/mol stronger than the Ti-CH bond (17). For metal ions on the r i g h t side of the p e r i o d i c t a b l e , the picture i s less clear-cut. One would a n t i c i p a t e that the lone p a i r e f f e c t w i l l be reduced since there are no longer any empty o r b i t a l s on the metal to accept the lone p a i r donation.
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