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Electronic Spectroscopy and Ligand Field Analysis of trans-[CrX2([15]aneN4)]+(X=F,CI)
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Electronic Spectroscopy and Ligand Field Analysis of trans-[CrX2([15]aneN4)]+(X=F,CI)
Jong-Ha Choi; In-Gyung Oh; Sang Hak Lee; Yu Chul Park;
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 Abstract
The electronic absorption spectra of trans-=1,4,8,12-tetraazacyclopentadecane; X=F, Cl) complexes have been interpreted using the ligand field theory. An AOMX program is used to optimize the differences between the calculated and the observed positions for the spin-allowed transition bands. The crystal field theory(CFT) parameter is directly related to the angular overlap model(AOM), normalized spherical harmonic hamiltonians(NSH), and semiempirical parameters. The various ligand field parameters are discussed in terms of their chemical significances. According to the ligand field analysis, we can confirm that the fluoride ligand is a very strong and donor while the chloride has weak and donor properties toward chromium(III) ion.
 Keywords
Cr(III)Complex;Electronic Transition;Ligand Field Analysis;[15]ane;
 Language
Korean
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