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Wieghardt, and A. G. S. Dalton, 1976, 153. M. R. Hyde, K. Wieghardt, and A. G. S. Dalton, 1976, 690. A. T. Thornton, K. Wieghardt, and A. G. S. Dalton, 1976, 147. E. B. Fleischer, M. Krishnamurthy, and S. K. Cheung, J. Amer. Chem. Soc,, 1975, 97, 3873. R. H. Prince and M. G . S. Dalton, 1975, 1245; (cf. Nature, 1974, 249, 246). R. C . Thompson, Inorg. , 1975,14, 1279. Reactions Between Two Metal Complexes 17 Kinetics are reported for aquation and for reduction by chromium(n). 3[Crz(OH)2l4+ (21) Isotopic trace studies show that the chromium in the two monomeric species originates in the chromium(n).
S. Gould, Inorg. , 1975, 14, 1696. M. B. Barrett, J. H. Swinehart, and H. Taube, Inorg. , 1971, 10, 1983. E. A. D. Thesis, Stanford University, 1967. P. K. Thamburaj and E. S. Gould, Inorg. , 1975, 14, 15. A. Liang and E. S. Gould, Inorg. , 1973, 12, 12. Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms 18 and that the protonated and non-protonated forms were reduced at different rates. It is reported that the reductions of the same complexes with Eu2+ and V2+ show much less pronounced hydrogen-ion dependence than those with Cr2+under the same conditions.
25 (NaC104) 0 . 1 H+, 1 (Nac104) 1 (LiClOd)? 34~10-3 k ' 0 . 3 6 ~10-3 1 . 3 x k' 1 . 7 AH* 120" 120" 119' 80 60 60 61 61 68 64 64 118" 118" 118" 118" 118" 118" 118" 980 119p 72m Ref. 66 kl 1 . 5 1 . 8 4 . % rn 122 118 119 120 121 A. T. Thornton, K. Wieghardt, and A. G . S. Dalton, 1976, 147. H. G. S. Chem. , 1976, 100. c. J. Weschler and E. Deutsch, Inorg. , 1976, 15, 139. W. Craft and R. G. Gaunder, Inorg. , 1975,14, 1283. R. V. Malik, J. Inorg. , 1975, 37, 570. s: Co complexes are 0-bonded and protonated, [Co(NHdd02CHRNHdI3+.