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1 Boranes and Heteroboranes. 617 38 Spectrosc. Prop. Inorg. Organomet. 2 Other Boron Compounds. 620 1H, 11B, 13C and 29Si NMR data for (132) (R ¼ Me, R 0 ¼ SiMe3, Ph, Bu; R ¼ iPr, R 0 ¼ SiMe3, SiHPh2, Fc, are consistent with the presence of an Si–H . . 3 Compounds of Other Group 13 Elements. 635 19 F and 27 Al 39 Spectrosc. Prop. Inorg. Organomet. 638 27Al NMR spectroscopy was used to characterise aqueous aluminate-borate complexes, including Al(OH)4À, Al(OH)3OB(OH)2À, À 639 Al(OH)2O2[B(OH)2]2 etc.

Organomet. 427 Characteristic PtCR, 28 Spectrosc. Prop. Inorg. Organomet. 438 1 H, 13C and 195Pt NMR spectra were used to characterise Pt(R2SO)(pyrazine) Cl2, where R2SO ¼ dmso, tmso, dbzso, dphso. 441 13 C{1H} and 31P{1H} spectra were reported for a range of platinum(II) 29 Spectrosc. Prop. Inorg. Organomet. e. 451 HN O H3C CH3 N II N Ni N Ph2P PPh2 N (100) (101) COOR Ph O N OH N NH Ni N N HO (102) N NH N N N Ph O COOR (103) 30 Spectrosc. Prop. Inorg. Organomet. 452 [(6-Ph2TPA)Ni(CH3CN)(CH3OH)]1 (TPA ¼ tris((2-pyridyl)methyl)amine and related) (1H);453 M(L)21 (M ¼ Ni, Zn, Cd, Pb; L ¼ Me2[28]py2N6 macrocycle) (1H);454 (E,E)-Ni(HL)2, (E,E)NiL2(BPh2) (H2L ¼ (102)) (1H, 13C);455 (103) (R ¼ Et, iPr, tBu, CH2Ph) (1H, 13 C);456 [NiBr4{PhP(CH2NHEt2)2}2][NiBr4] (1H, 13C, 31P);457 cationic Ni(II) complexes with dithiocarbamate and mixed-donor bidentate ligands, o-Ph2PC6H4CH¼NR (R ¼ Me, Et, iPr, tBu) (1H, 31P{1H});458 [MCl2(med)]2 (M ¼ Ni, Pd, Pt; Hmed ¼ N-(2-mercaptoethyl)-3,5-dimethylpyrazole) (1H, 13C, inc.

G. ) (1H – COSY, ROESY);284 [Ru (phen)(H2O)([9]aneS3)]21 (1-D, 2-D (COSY, NOESY) 1H);285 [Ru(L-L)2 (actatp)]21, where L–L ¼ bipy, phen, actatp ¼ acenaphthereno[1,2-b]-1,4,8,9tetraazacriphenylene (1H);286 [Ru(bipy)3]3-[P2W18O62] (31P);287 [Ru2(terpy)2(L)]41, where L ¼ bis-tridentate bis(benzimidazolyl)pyridine derivatives, (1H);288 cisRuX2(L-L)2 (L–L ¼ dppm, dppen, X ¼ Br, I, and related) (1H, 31P{1H});289 (59) Cp Ph3P X2 X1 Ru Ph2P M X3 PPh2 CH2 (59) 1 2 3 1 (M ¼ Pd, Pt; X , X , X ¼ Cl, I, Me) ( H, 31P{1H});290 [CpRu(Z2-L-L)(CH3CN)]1, [{CpRu(CH3CN)2}2(m-Z1 : 1-L–L)]1 (L–L ¼ dppe and related diphosphines) (1H, 31 1 P{ H});291 CpRu(dppf)SnBr3 (dppf ¼ 1,10 -bis(diphenylphosphino)ferrocene) (1H, 13 C, 31P, 119Sn);292 poly-nuclear ruthenium clusters derived from 1,2,3,4-tetraphenyl-1,2,3,4-tetraphospholane and Ru3(CO)12 (1H, 31P{1H});293 tris(pyrazolyl)borate/ruthenium complexes containing bidentate phosphine ligands (1H, 13C{1H}, 31 1 P{ H});294 [(BPPY)2Ru(MeOH)2(H2O)2]31, [Ru(BBuPY)-Cl2(S)2]1, where BPPY ¼ Ph3PCHCOPh; BBuPY ¼ nBu3PCHCOPh (1H, 13C, 31P);295 (L)2Ru(L0 )2, where L ¼ 4,40 - or 5,50 -diethylester phosphonate-2,20 -bipyridine, L0 ¼ CN, NCS (1H, 13 C);296 RuIICl2(dmso)2L.

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