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C RRSS form of the macrocycle. d Five coordinate RSRS form of macrocycle. molecules on [Ru(MeCN)6]2+ by a (Z6 -C6H6) or by a (Z5 -C5H5) accelerates the exchange of the remaining three MeCN by 6 or 11 orders of magnitude, respectively. Replacing three water molecules however on the corresponding hexa-aqua complex by (Z6 -C6H6) increases the exchange rate of the remaining H2O molecules only by a factor of 640. Substituting one or two water molecules by small monodentate ligands allowed a study of the in£uence of axial and equatorial water molecules on the lability.
Activation volumes on complexes of the form [PtR2S2]2+ (R = Ph, Me; S = Me2SO, Me2S) are all positive. The overall mechanistic picture has been taken as the ¢rst clear-cut evidence for the operation of a D mechanism involving a 3 -coordinate 14 -electron intermediate for simple ligand substitution on square-planar complexes (206) (Table XV (196,198,200,202,206^211)). Deeth et al. Their calculations strongly support that H2O exchange on these complexes proceeds through an a-activation mechanism, in full agreement with experimental assignments.
Advances in Inorganic Chemistry: Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms (AIC) (Advances in Inorganic Chemistry) by Colin D. Hubbard Rudi Van Eldik