Advances in Inorganic Chemistry: Inorganic Reaction by Colin D. Hubbard Rudi Van Eldik

By Colin D. Hubbard Rudi Van Eldik

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Predicted by this model: the a-activated mechanism for the small eightcoordinate ions, determined via the negative activation volumes, should be replaced by a d-activated mechanism for the larger nine-coordinate ions. This change in mechanism is supported by a computational study using classical molecular dynamics simulation. In recent years the subject of water exchange on lanthanide complexes attracted increasing attention owing to the use of Gd3+ as a contrast agent in medical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

10)) (133). MÃ ðOH2 Þ3þ þ MðOH2 Þ2þ ! 0 M in ionic strength, the counter-ion being tri£uoro-methanesulfonate. The self-exchange of the [Ru(H2O)6]3+/2+ couple can be considered as a prototype of an outer-sphere electron transfer reaction (133). E. EFFECT OF NON-LEAVING LIGANDS Exchange of various solvents has been studied on [VO(Seq)4(Sax)]2+ (Table IX (134^143)). Exchange rates of equatorial solvent molecules increase in the order H2O$ MeOH$ DMF

5 (237 ) (239) (240) SOLVENT EXCHANGE ON METAL IONS k1 (298 K) a (106 sÀ1) Complex a First-order rate constant for the exchange of a particular coordinated solvent molecule (6). Analysis of 17O NMR data only. Combined analysis of EPR, 1H and 17O NMR data. d Independent analysis of the bound water NMR signal of each species. e The value originally published for a CN=8 in Ref. (227 ) was corrected for CN=7 in Ref. (228). A. DUNAND et al. FIG. 11. Schematic structure of the two diastereoisomers of the complex [Eu (DOTAM)(H2O)]3+.

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