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A Comprehensive Investigation Of A Zwitterionic Ge(I) Dimer With A 1,2-dicationic Core.

Béland A Vanessa, Z. Wang, C. Macdonald, Tsun-Kong Sham, P. Ragogna
Published 2019 · Medicine, Chemistry

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We report the reductive dehalogenation of a zwitterionic Ge(II) species to make a zwitterionic Ge(I) dimer with a 1,2-dicationic core. To the root of the stability of this compound, the molecular and electronic structures were comprehensively characterized and investigated using crystallographic, spectroscopic and computational methods. It was determined that the Ge centers are attracted because they are both electron-rich and positively charged. A comparison to the electronic structure in triphosphenium cations revealed varying degrees of covalent bonding and that this difference can be distinguished spectroscopically.
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