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Synthesis, property of Ni(C3S5)(2) complexes: X-ray crystal structure of FcCH(2)N(CH3)(2) (2) Ni(C3S5)(2)

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Single crystals of [FcCH(2)N(CH3)(2)][Ni(C5S)(2)] have been grown in a typical H-type cell charged with [FcCH(2)N(CH3)(3)](I) and [(n-C4H9)(4)N](2)[Ni(C-3 S-5)(2)]. It belongs to the monoclinic system, P2(1)/n, a = 6.383(2), b = 18.810(7), c = 16.575(4) Angstrom, beta = 96.32(2)degrees, V = 1977.8(11) Angstrom (3) and Z = 4. Electrical conductivity measurements have shown that it is an insulator with a room temperature conductivity of 10(-7) S/cm. The low value for the conductivity is due to the absence of anion stacks and short S...S contacts in the crystal structure. Neutral complex [Ni(C3S5)(2)] was prepared by the diffusion process between [(n-C4H9)(4)N](2)[Ni(C3S5)(2)] and [FcCH(2)NH(CH3)(3)](BF4) in CH3CN. It showed a room temperature conductivity of 2 x 10(-2) S/cm.

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Noh, D. Y., Underhill, A. E. and Hursthouse, M. B. (2001) Synthesis, property of Ni(C3S5)(2) complexes: X-ray crystal structure of FcCH(2)N(CH3)(2) (2) Ni(C3S5)(2) Synthetic Metals, 120, (1-3), pp. 1053-1054. (doi:10.1016/S0379-6779(00)01211-X).

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Published date: 15 March 2001
Keywords: electrocrystallization, x-ray diffraction salts

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Local EPrints ID: 19581
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/19581
PURE UUID: d0eebca2-db69-4cd5-b00e-d9cc92898b33

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Date deposited: 14 Feb 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:31

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Author: D. Y. Noh
Author: A. E. Underhill

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