By M.M. Taqui Khan
Activation Of Small Inorganic Molecules
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35)-(37)] on the grounds that chemical bonding of the intermediates 19 and 22 is virtually impossible. Except for a very unstable transition state and hydrogen bonding to electronegative atoms, bis-covalent hydrogen is not considered possible. Thus the intermediate 19 and 22 do not serve the desired purpose of eliminating a termolecular step in the process. On the other hand, the binuclear intermediate 21 proposed by deVries seems quite feasible and has analogies in the dicobalt and dimanganese carbonyls.
59). RhCl(PPh) 3 + H 2 , R h C l ( H ) 2( P P h 3) 3 (59) Benzene solutions of tris(triphenylphosphine)chlororhodium(I) react with 1 9 ethylene to form a bright yellow crystalline complex, RhCl(PPh 3 ) 2 (C 2 H 4 ). F NMR spectra of the corresponding fluoro complex indicate that the fluorine is trans to the olefin and eis to two mutually trans triphenylphosphine groups. The equilibrium constant K3 for the reaction [Eq. (58)] of RhCl(PPh 3) 2(S) 1 with ethylene at 25°C (at 1 atm of C 2 H 4 ) is 100 M' .
The equilibria between pentacyanocobaltate(II) and molecular hydrogen are given by Eqs. (35)-(37). The mechanism proposed 3 [ H 2C o ( C N ) 5] [ C o ( C N ) 5] - + H 2 3 3 [ H 2C o ( C N ) 5] - + [ C o ( C N ) 5] 6 [(CN) 5Co· · · Η Η· · C o ( C N ) 5 ] " 3 (35) 6 [(CN) 5Co- •Η····Η· - C o ( C N ) 5 ] 22 *-2 k3 3 2 [ H C o ( C N ) 5] " (36) (37) is very similar to that of King and Winfield  with the only difference that a binuclear hydrogen complex is proposed [143,144] as an intermediate.
Activation of Small Inorganic Molecules by M.M. Taqui Khan