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|Title:||Mixed Fe/Mo mixed-chalcogenide 'hour-glass' clusters, [Fe4Mo(Co)(14)(mu(3)-E)(2)(mu(3)-E')2] and [Fe3Mo(CO)(11)(mu(3)-E)(mu(3)-E')-(mu-E'-E')] (E, E' = S, Se or Te)|
|Publisher:||ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY|
|Citation:||JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-DALTON TRANSACTIONS, (17), 2949-2954|
|Abstract:||The room-temperature reactions of [Fe-2(CO)(6)(mu-EE')] (EE' = SeTe, STe, SSe, S-2 or Se-2) with [Mo(CO)(5)(thf)] (thf = tetrahydrofuran) yielded two types of mixed-metal, mixed-chalcogenide 'hour-glass' clusters: [Fe4Mo(Co)(14)(mu(3)-E)(2)(mu(3)-E')(2)] (E, E' = Se, Te 1; S, Te 2; S, Se 4; S, S 7; Se, Se 9) and [Fe3Mo(CO)(11)(mu(3)-E)(mu(3)-E')(mu-E'-E')] (E, E' = S, Te, E'-E' = Te-Te 3; E, E' = S; Se, E'-E' = Se-Se 5; E, E' = S, S, E'-E' = S-Se 6; E, E' = S, S, E'-E' = S-S 8; E, E' = Se, Se, E'-E' = Se-Se 10). The crystal structures of 2, 5, 6 and 8 were elucidated by X-ray methods. The structure of 2 consists of two distorted square-pyramidal cores in each of which the alternate corners of the base are occupied by Fe and chalcogen atoms and a Mo atom occupies the common apical site. In 5, 6 and 8 a Mo atom occupies the common apical site of a square-pyramidal core and a tetrahedral core. The base of the square-pyramidal unit consists of alternate Fe and chalcogen atoms and the tetrahedral base consists of a Fe atom and two chalcogen atoms.|
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