Laser photolysis study on the photosubstitution in dimanganese and dirhenium decacarbonyls
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AbstractTwo photoprimary processes, (1) the metalmetal bond cleavage to give M(CO)5 and (2) CO dissociation without metalmetal bond cleavage to give coordinately unsaturated dimetallic species, M2(CO)g, are verified by the laser flash photolysis of M2(CO)10 (MMn, Re). The nature of the new species is discussed from the excitation wavelength effect and the quenching experiments with alkyl cyanides for MMn, and CO and CCl4 for MMn, Re. Photoreaction of Mn2(CO)g is investigated by nanosecond time-resolved double-flash method.

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