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Coordination complexes and applications of transition metal sulfide and selenide halides

Coordination complexes and applications of transition metal sulfide and selenide halides
Coordination complexes and applications of transition metal sulfide and selenide halides
Metal chalcogenide halides are less studied analogues of metal oxide halides, where the oxido-group is replaced by heavier Group 16 elements, specifically sulfur, selenium or tellurium. This article reviews the chemistry of neutral ligand complexes of molecular chalcogenide halides of the d-block metals. The majority of these complexes contain the higher oxidation states of niobium, tantalum and tungsten, with more limited examples of titanium and molybdenum and vanadium compounds. The synthesis, structures and properties are described, and areas in need of further studies identified. The recent application of several examples as low pressure chemical vapour deposition reagents for the production of thin films of semiconducting metal dichalcogenide materials is also discussed.
chalcogenide halides, sulfide chloride, selenide chloride, sulfide bromide, selenide bromide, sulfide fluoride
0010-8545
Greenacre, Victoria
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Levason, William
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Reid, Gillian
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Smith, Danielle Emily
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Greenacre, Victoria
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Levason, William
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Reid, Gillian
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Smith, Danielle Emily
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Greenacre, Victoria, Levason, William, Reid, Gillian and Smith, Danielle Emily (2020) Coordination complexes and applications of transition metal sulfide and selenide halides. Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 424. (doi:10.1016/j.ccr.2020.213512).

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Metal chalcogenide halides are less studied analogues of metal oxide halides, where the oxido-group is replaced by heavier Group 16 elements, specifically sulfur, selenium or tellurium. This article reviews the chemistry of neutral ligand complexes of molecular chalcogenide halides of the d-block metals. The majority of these complexes contain the higher oxidation states of niobium, tantalum and tungsten, with more limited examples of titanium and molybdenum and vanadium compounds. The synthesis, structures and properties are described, and areas in need of further studies identified. The recent application of several examples as low pressure chemical vapour deposition reagents for the production of thin films of semiconducting metal dichalcogenide materials is also discussed.

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Accepted/In Press date: 17 July 2020
e-pub ahead of print date: 11 August 2020
Keywords: chalcogenide halides, sulfide chloride, selenide chloride, sulfide bromide, selenide bromide, sulfide fluoride

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Local EPrints ID: 443273
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/443273
ISSN: 0010-8545
PURE UUID: 0336315f-ed98-4ecf-b4ea-960839409a59
ORCID for William Levason: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-3540-0971
ORCID for Gillian Reid: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-5349-3468
ORCID for Danielle Emily Smith: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-2446-1763

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Date deposited: 19 Aug 2020 16:32
Last modified: 18 Feb 2021 17:32

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Author: Victoria Greenacre
Author: William Levason ORCID iD
Author: Gillian Reid ORCID iD
Author: Danielle Emily Smith ORCID iD

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