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Studies on stability and structural aspects of hydrazide-based hypercoordinate silicon(IV) complexes

TL;DR: The concept of hypercoordination has been extensively used and debated in the literature specifically in case of silicon complexes from the last three decades which has neither been proved nor disp... as mentioned in this paper.
Abstract: The concept of hypercoordination has been extensively used and debated in the literature specifically in case of silicon complexes from the last three decades which has neither been proved nor disp...
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TL;DR: In this article, three aminobenzoate derivatives, benzocaine (B1), butamben (B2), and n-pentyl 4-aminobenzzoate (B3), were analyzed for structural, nonlinear optical, electronic and biological properties.

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors describe the activation of the silicon-carbon bonds through either stoichiometric or catalytic metal mediation (Pd, Pt, Rh, Ru, Fe, Co, Cu, Au, etc.), and the formation of penta-and hexacoordinate silicon(IV) intermediates, direct reactions of hypercoordinate silicon (IV) species, and their utility in organic synthesis.
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TL;DR: In this paper, a method of "natural population analysis" was developed to calculate atomic charges and orbital populations of molecular wave functions in general atomic orbital basis sets, which seems to exhibit improved numerical stability and to better describe the electron distribution in compounds of high ionic character.
Abstract: A method of ‘‘natural population analysis’’ has been developed to calculate atomic charges and orbital populations of molecular wave functions in general atomic orbital basis sets. The natural analysis is an alternative to conventional Mulliken population analysis, and seems to exhibit improved numerical stability and to better describe the electron distribution in compounds of high ionic character, such as those containing metal atoms. We calculated ab initio SCF‐MO wave functions for compounds of type CH3X and LiX (X=F, OH, NH2, CH3, BH2, BeH, Li, H) in a variety of basis sets to illustrate the generality of the method, and to compare the natural populations with results of Mulliken analysis, density integration, and empirical measures of ionic character. Natural populations are found to give a satisfactory description of these molecules, providing a unified treatment of covalent and extreme ionic limits at modest computational cost.

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25 Jan 1989
TL;DR: A.R.Bassindale and P.G.Taylor as mentioned in this paper discussed the photochemistry of organosilicon compounds, A.R., B.B.Birkofer and O.Ojima.
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TL;DR: This review discusses the synthetic methodologies that are currently available for the preparation of platinum group metal complexes containing pincer ligands and especially emphasizes different applications that have been realized in materials science such as the development and engineering of sensors, switches, and catalysts.
Abstract: Since the first reports in the late 1970s on transition metal complexes contain- ing pincer-type ligands—named after the particular coordination mode of these ligands—these systems have at- tracted increasing interest owing to the unusual properties of the metal centers imparted by the pincer ligand. Typical- ly, such a ligand comprises an anionic aryl ring which is ortho,ortho-disubsti- tuted with heteroatom substituents, for example, CH2NR2 ,C H 2PR2 or CH2SR, which generally coordinate to the met- al center, and therefore support the MC s bond. This commonly results in a terdentate and meridional coordina- tion mode consisting of two metalla- cycles which share the MC bond. Detailed studies of the formation and the properties of a large variety of pincers containing platinum group metal complexes have provided direct access to both a fundamental under- standing of a variety of reactions in organometallic chemistry and to a range of new applications of these complexes. The discovery of alkane dehydrogenation catalysts, the mecha- nistic elucidation of fundamental transformations (for example, CC bond activation), the construction of the first metallodendrimers for sustain- able homogeneous catalysis, and the engineering of crystalline switches for materials processing represent only a few of the many highlights which have emanated from these numerous inves- tigations. This review discusses the synthetic methodologies that are cur- rently available for the preparation of platinum group metal complexes con- taining pincer ligands and especially emphasizes different applications that have been realized in materials science such as the development and engineer- ing of sensors, switches, and catalysts.

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