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Title: Crystal Environments Probed by EPR Spectroscopy. Variations in the EPR Spectra of CoII(octaethylporphyrin) Doped in Crystalline Diamagnetic Hosts and a Reassessment of the Electronic Structure of Four-Coordinate Cobalt(II)
Authors: Andrew Ozarowski;Lee, Hon Man;Alan L. Balch
Contributors: 化學系
Date: 2003-10
Issue Date: 2014-08-14T04:28:52Z
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Abstract: The powder and single-crystal EPR spectra of CoII(OEP) (OEP is the dianion of octaethylporphyrin) doped into a range of diamagnetic crystals including simple four-coordinate hosts, H2(OEP), the triclinic B form of NiII(OEP), the tetragonal form of NiII(OEP) and ZnII(OEP); five-coordinate hosts, (μ-dioxane){ZnII(OEP)}2 and (py)ZnII(OEP); six-coordinate hosts, (py)2ZnII(OEP) and (py)2MgII(OEP); and hosts containing fullerenes, C60·2ZnII(OEP)·CHCl3, C70·NiII(OEP)·C6H6·CHCl3, and C60·NiII(OEP)·2C6H6 have been obtained and analyzed. Spectra were simulated using a program that employed the exact diagonalization of the 16 × 16 complex spin Hamiltonian matrix. The EPR spectra of these doped samples are very sensitive to the environment within each crystal with the crystallographic site symmetry determining whether axial or rhombic resonance patterns are observed. For CoII(OEP) doped into tetragonal NiII(OEP) (which displays a very large g of 3.405 and a very small g of 1.544) and several other crystals containing four-coordinate metal sites, the g components could not be fit using existing theory with the assumption of the usual z2 ground state. However, reasonable agreement of the observed EPR parameters could be obtained by assuming that the unpaired electron resides in an xy orbital in the four-coordinate complexes.
Relation: Journal of the American Chemical Society, 125(41): 12606-12614
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