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CTerminal angle M-N-N. dBridge angle M-N-N. •The angle Re-N-N. rThe angle Mo-N-N. 8 There are two structural units of the type in each molecule. hThe angle Co-N-N. 'The angle Mg-N-N. : (A) Girolami GS et al. (1983). (B) Poveda ML et al. (1983). (CI,C2) Carmona E et al. (1983a, 1983b). (D) Sato Metal. (1978). (El,E2) Uchida T et al. (1971, 1975). (F) Anderson SN et al. (1986). (G) Morris RH et al. (1984). (H) Yoshida T et al. (1984). (II, 12, 13, 14) Davis BR eta!. (1969a, 1969b, 1970, 1971). (J) Carvalho FN et al.

4. Charge densities on both the exo-(N-1) and endo-(N-2) nitrogen atoms in mononuclear transdouble-end-on coordination compound (N-1 - N-2-M-3 - N-2'- N-1') of a d6 configuration as a function of b. q 1 is the charge density on N-1 and q 2 is for N-2. , N-1 is always more negative than N-2), the N-2 atom is the first to be attacked by electrophilic groups, including H +. The higher activity of the exo-N atom is entirely analogous to the single end-on-coordinated N 2 complexes, in agreement with the X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic studies (Brant and Feltham 1977).

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