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Dec. 5, dec. > 100, subl. 20/10-3 -41, dec. 98 1320 120gf IR (218,350) NMR (218) 174, 218, 350 1342 Raman (218) Var. temp. 92 1350 Variable temp. 19FNMR (19) NMR (177, 336) lR (108,177,179, 331, 336, 360) Colorless Colorless 214, subl. 40/10-3, dec. p. 5 torr at 295 K 182, subl. 70/10-3, dec. 1228 Colorless Yellow 105,113-116, subl. 8 1238 IR (218) Var. temp. "F NMR (251) Raman (218) NMR (17,221) IR (17,221) MS (220,221) Variable temp. P. P. ("C/mmHg) -15, dec. 5 1320 - - - Remarks Reference NMR (177, 318) IR(I08,177,179,360) Raman ( 108) 108, 166, 1 77, 174,179,180,287 287 MS (302) 302 In ppm relative to 85% H,PO,.
XV . Transition Metal Nitrosyl Complexes . . . . . . XVI . Transition Metal Complexes Containing Other Ligands with Nitrogen. Phosphorus. or Arsenic Donor Atoms . . . . . . XVII. Transition Metal Alkyl and Alkenyl Complexes . . . . XVIII. Transition Metal Complexes Containing cr-Bonded Group IV Elements Other Than Carbon . . . . . . . . . XIX . Transition Metal PF, Complexes Containing Other Anionic or Cationic Ligands . . . . . . . . . References . . . .
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