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The sixth variation of this vintage includes the main finished consultant to infrared and Raman spectra of inorganic, organometallic, bioinorganic, and coordination compounds. From basic theories of vibrational spectroscopy to purposes in a number of compound kinds, it truly is generally up to date. half B information purposes of Raman and IR spectroscopy to bigger and intricate platforms. It covers interactions of cisplatin and different metallodrugs with DNA and cytochrome c oxidase and peroxidase. it is a nice reference for chemists and doctors operating with infrared or Raman spectroscopies and for graduate scholars.

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Ozaki et al. [294] measured the far-IR spectra (Fig. 5 (246) cmÀ1 for X ¼ F, Cl, Br, and I, respectively. Here, the numbers in parentheses indicate the corresponding frequency of Fe(OEP)X. Ozaki et al. [295,296] also compared the RR spectra of Fe(OEC)L- and Fe(OEC)L2-type compounds with those of the corresponding Fe(OEP) complexes in the high- and low-frequency regions. RR spectra of meso-substituted chlorin complexes of Ni(II) and Cu(II) [297], Cu(II) [298], and Zn(II) [299] were measured and assigned by comparing them with the corresponding porphyrin complexes.

B 460–490 nm region where the MnÀX CT bands appear. Here EP denotes etioporphyrin (R1 ¼ R3 ¼ R5 ¼ R7 ¼ CH3, R2 ¼ R4 ¼ R6 ¼ R8 ¼ C2H5 in Fig. 24). Similarly, Wright et al. [265] were able to observe totally symmetric pyridine (py) vibrations as well as ns[FeÀN(py)] of Fe(MP)(py)2 with exciting lines near 497 nm that are in resonance with the Fe(dp)–py(p*) CT transition. Here, MP denotes mesoporphyrin IX dimethylester (R1 ¼ R3 ¼ R5 ¼ R8 ¼ CH3, R2 ¼ R4 ¼ C2H5, and R6 ¼ R7 ¼ ÀCH2ÀCH2COOCH3 in Fig. 24).

6. 1. Metallochlorins Metallochlorins differ from metalloporphyrins in that one of the four pyrrole rings of CbCb bonds is saturated, and serve as model compounds of chlorophylls that are 46 APPLICATIONS IN COORDINATION CHEMISTRY (a) R 3 α (b) II I N II I N N N N M III IV H III IV CH3 N β Mg d N N H H γ V H CO CO2Phy H M(OEC) 9 O CH3 Chlorophyll Fig. 27. Structures of M(OEC) (a) and chlorophyll; in (b) R ¼ CH3 for Chl a, and CHO for Chl b. [Phy ¼ phytyl ¼ C20H39 ¼ ÀCH2ÀCH¼C(CH3)À{(CH2)3ÀC(CH3)}3ÀCH3].

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