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Emergence of comparable covalency in isostructural cerium(iv)- and uranium(iv)-carbon multiple bonds.

著者 Gregson M , Lu E , Tuna F , McInnes EJL , Hennig C , Scheinost AC , McMaster J , Lewis W , Blake AJ , Kerridge A , Liddle ST
Chem Sci.2016 May 01 ; 7(5):3286-3297.
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We report comparable levels of covalency in cerium- and uranium-carbon multiple bonds in the iso-structural carbene complexes [M(BIPM)(ODipp)] [M = Ce (), U (), Th (); BIPM = C(PPhNSiMe); Dipp = CH-2,6-Pr] whereas for M = Th the M[double bond, length as m-dash]C bond interaction is much more ionic. On the basis of single crystal X-ray diffraction, NMR, IR, EPR, and XANES spectroscopies, and SQUID magnetometry complexes are confirmed formally as metal(iv) complexes. In order to avoid the deficiencies of orbital-based theoretical analysis approaches we probed the bonding of analysis of RASSCF- and CASSCF-derived densities that explicitly treats the orbital energy near-degeneracy and overlap contributions to covalency. For these complexes similar levels of covalency are found for cerium(iv) and uranium(iv), whereas thorium(iv) is found to be more ionic, and this trend is independently found in all computational methods employed. The computationally determined trends in covalency of these systems of Ce ∼ U > Th are also reproduced in experimental exchange reactions of with MCl salts where and do not exchange with ThCl, but does exchange with MCl (M = Ce, U) and and react with UCl and CeCl, respectively, to establish equilibria. This study therefore provides complementary theoretical and experimental evidence that contrasts to the accepted description that generally lanthanide-ligand bonding in non-zero oxidation state complexes is overwhelmingly ionic but that of uranium is more covalent.
PMID: 29997821 [PubMed]
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