Aspects of the chemistry of iron-nitrosyls
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The work described in this thesis is a study of iron-sulphur-nitrosyls and related compounds. Chapter One is an introduction to the work presented. Chapter one is introduction to the work presented. Chapter Two is concerned with the analogous Fe₂(SR)₂(CO)₆ and its conversion to Fe₂(SR)₂(NO)₄. Chapter Three is concerned with an n.m.r. study of Fe₂(SR)₂(NO)₄, Fe₂X₄(NO)₄ and [Fe₄X₃(NO)₇] (X=S, Se). Chapter four is concerned with an e.p.r. examination with an n.m.r. study of Fe₂(SR)₂(NO)₄, Fe₂X₄(NO)₄ [Fe₄X₃(NO)₇] (X=S,Se). Chapter four is concerned with an e.p.r. examination of Fe₂(SR)₂(NO)₄ and bridging ligand exchange reactions. Chapter Five is concerned with a similar examination of Fe₂I₂(NO)₄.Chapter six is concerned with an examination of ligand exchange processes in Fe₄S₄(NO)₄ and [Fe₄S₄(NO)₄]. Chapter Seven is concerned with an investigation of iron-sulphur protein models and their conversion to iron-nitrosyls.
Thesis, PhD Doctor of Philosophy
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