European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

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ISSN / EISSN : 1434-1948 / 1099-0682
Published by: Wiley-Blackwell (10.1002)
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Huihui Gan, Shaoqiao Li, Yong Zhang, Jirong Wang,
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry; https://doi.org/10.1002/ejic.202100710

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Dennis A. Buschmann, David Schneider, Cäcilia Maichle-Mössmer,
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry; https://doi.org/10.1002/ejic.202100862

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Slow diffusion of Me 3 SiI into an n -hexane solution of lanthanide half-sandwich complexes [Cp'Ln(AlMe 4 ) 2 ] (Ln = Ce, Pr; Cp' = C 5 H 4 SiMe 3 ) gives access to the hexadecalanthanide ring-cluster hybrids [Cp' 4 Ln 4 I 8 ] 4 , along with the cyclopentadienyl-bridged {Ce 8 } cluster [Cp' 4 Ce 4 I 7 ( µ 2 -Cp)] 2 . On the contrary, direct addition of the halogenating reagent to complex [Cp'Ce(AlMe 4 ) 2 ] in solution affords the spherical dodecanulcear cluster [Cp'CeI 2 ] 12 in addition to [Cp' 4 Ln 4 I 8 ] 4 . The isostructural bromide and chloride clusters [Cp'LnX 2 ] 12 (X = Cl, Br) were isolated via the same solution synthesis protocol, using the mild halogenido transfer reagents Me 3 GeX (X = Cl, Br). The reaction [Cp'Ce(AlMe 4 ) 2 ]/Me 3 GeCl yielded the decanuclear heteroaluminato derivative [Cp' 5 Ce 5 Cl 9 (AlCl 2 Me 2 )] 2 as a coproduct. Attempts to isolate any intermediate species by performing the reaction at low temperature resulted in incomplete AlMe 4 /iodido exchange, affording the hexanuclear homoaluminate cluster [Cp' 6 Pr 6 I 8 (AlMe 4 ) 4 ]. All cerium clusters show bright photoluminescence under UV light. The luminescence properties of the dodecanuclear clusters [Cp'CeX 2 ] 12 (X = Cl, Br, I) were closer investigated.
Biplab Koley, Achintya Lakshan,
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry; https://doi.org/10.1002/ejic.202100779

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David Zanders, Nils Boysen, Michael A. Land, Jorit Obenlüneschloß, Jason D. Masuda, Bert Mallick, Seán T. Barry,
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry; https://doi.org/10.1002/ejic.202100851

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A series of cobalt(II) (silyl)amides, pyrrolates and aminopyridinates were synthesized. Inspired by the bis(trimethylsilylamido)cobalt(II) complex ([Co(TMSA)2]2), salt metathesis employing the ligand 2,2,5,5-tetramethyl-1,2,5-azadisilolidinyl (TMADS) yielded its congener [Co(TMADS)2]2. Novel, Lewis adducts of the former resulted in three- to four-fold coordination geometries. Similarily, the salt Li(DAD)2][Co(TMADS)3] was isolated which demonstrates an ion separated Co(II) anion with silylamide ligation and Li+ counter cation. Transpyrrolylation using [Co(TMSA)2]2 was established for the synthesis of bis[N,N’-2-(dimethylaminomethyl)pyrrolyl]cobalt(II), and bis(N-2-(tert-butyliminomethyl)pyrrolyl)cobalt(II). Treatment of CoCl2 with lithiated N,N-dimethyl(N’-tert-butyl)ethane-1-amino-2-amide and N,N-dimethyl(N’-trimethylsilyl)ethane-1-amino-2-amide resulted in the respective Co(II) amido-amines. Reaction of CoCl2 with lithium 4-methyl-N-(trimethylsilyl)pyridine-2-amide yielded the first binuclear, homoleptic Co(II) aminopyridinate with a distorted trigonal bipyramidal coordination environment (τ5 = 0.533) for one Co(II) ion and a weakly distorted tetrahedral coordination geometry (τ4 = 0.845) for the other. All of the compounds were characterized in terms of composition and structure. Finally, the key thermal characteristics of volatility and thermal stability were assessed using a combination of thermogravimetric analysis and complementary bulk sublimation experiments.
Alexander A. Kaltenberg, Nikolay V. Somov, Yulia B. Malysheva, Dmitry L. Vorozhtsov,
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry; https://doi.org/10.1002/ejic.202100765

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, Carine Duhayon, Emilie Delahaye, Jean-Pascal Sutter
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry; https://doi.org/10.1002/ejic.202100834

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Quan Liu, , Xuchun Huang, Yihui Song, Shenchao He, Xiaohong Li, Changan Wang, Zhipeng Xie
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry; https://doi.org/10.1002/ejic.202100879

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The Cover Feature shows a tin oxide photocatalyst with strong visible light catalytic performance. By controlling the ratio of Sn4+ to Sn2+, SnO2−x nanocrystals with controllable oxygen vacancies were synthesized. Due to the presence of in-plane oxygen defects, the valence band moves up and the band gap can be narrowed, which result in the high visible light harvesting and the excellent photocatalytic activity. The result indicates that the photocatalytic performance of SnO2−x nanocrystals can be tuned by controlling the oxygen vacancy. More information can be found in the Full Paper by H. Zhan and co-workers.
Edinilton Muniz Carvalho, Dr. Eduardo Henrique Silva Sousa, ,
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry; https://doi.org/10.1002/ejic.202100878

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The Front Cover shows a delivery employee going to drop off a box at the destination. From this box come structures of NO/HNO donor compounds (organic and metal complexes), molecules that are currently used clinically, as well as in clinical studies (or in vitro). This cover provides a parallel between a common delivery service and the function of a NO/HNO donor, which is to deliver NO/HNO (order) to its biological target (destination). More information can be found in the Review by V. Bernardes-Génisson, L. Gonzaga de França Lopes and co-workers.
Yu-Chen Zhang, Yuan Tian, , Zhi-Han Chang, Qian-Qian Liu, Yong-Zhen Chen, Jia-Nan Wang
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry; https://doi.org/10.1002/ejic.202100725

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