Magnetic Susceptibilities by E. König, G. König (auth.), K.-H. Hellwege, A. M. Hellwege

By E. König, G. König (auth.), K.-H. Hellwege, A. M. Hellwege (eds.)

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S. 5. 7 t 2 43 Fig. 19. pm vs. kT/J. O and A=lS; and (c) values of k when A=lS and v= +l. The negative values of 1 shown are applicable for d shells more than half-full. g.. Co” [68]. Kiinig /Kiinig 1 Magnetic susceptibilities: introduction Ref. p. 41-J 37 Table 10. 01 10 I 2 A -:: -3 18 1; -5 -10 ! 6. 4. 59 Kiinig / KSnig 1 Magnetische SuszeptibiliGten: Einleitung 38 [Lit. 8! 1? 8! 5! 5! 0! G? 8 1 Magnetic susceptibilities: introduction Ref. p. 0 --kTfA __------___---- __------__ 30’ 4’ PB $2 I $50 -kJ,‘% Fig.

P. 5 Abbreviations Table 4. Abbreviations for ligands Abbreviation Name of ligand Formula of ligand acaacimada’aes- Acetylacetonate 4-Amino-3-penten-2-o& anion Iminodiacetate Mercaptoethylamine anion aminine l-Amino-l-aminomethylcyclohexane ata3bca- Nitrogentriacetate (= ammoniatriacetate) Benzoylacetonate b&y 2,2’-Bipyridyl CH,COCH=C(CH,)O- CH,C(NH,)==CHC(=CH,)ONH(CH,COO-), NH2CH2CH2SHZ 2 \c/c,cH H3”& ,&HI g2 N(CH,COO-), C,H,COCH=C(CH,)O- Q-Q him 0, 2,2’-Bipyridine-l,l’-dioxide bmi bn bzocpcys2daes das Biacetyl-bismethylimine Butylenediamine (= 2,3-Diaminobutane) Benzoate Cyclopentadienide anion Cysteinate (= a-Aminomercaptopropionate) 2,2’-Di(aminoethyl)sulfide o-Phenylenebis(dimethylarsine) Di(isobutyl)dithiocarbamate Diethylformamide Diethylenetriamine Diethylenetriaminepentaacetate zden denpa5- q-p N (CH,)NC(CH,)C(CH,)N(CH,) NH,CH(CH,)CH(CH,)NH, C,H,COOW; -SCH,CH(NH,)COO- NH,CH,CH,SCH,CH,NH, GTJ-LbWCJUl, C,%),WW HCONGH,), NH,CH,CH,NHCH,CH,NH, (CH,COO),N(CH,),N(OOCCH,)(CH,), N(CH,COO), CH3 dithiol 0 3,4-Dimercaptotoluene HS dma dmf dmgdmp2dmso Dimethylacetamide Dimethylformamide Dimethylglyoximate 2,3-Dimercaptopropanol anion Dimethylsulfoxide dmtp 2,6-Dimethyl-4-thiopyrone -Q CH,CON;H,), HCON(CH,), CH,C(=NOH)C(CH,)=NO- -SCH(CH,)CH,S(CH,),SO W 0 S P dsec;;y dto2dtp- Diethyldiselenocarbamate Diethyldiselenophosphate Diethyldithiocarbamate Dithiooxalate Diethyldithiophosphate ~2\5)2NC(Se)Se(C,H,O),P(Se)SeGH,),WW -soccosWW),WS- Kiinig / Kiinig 1 Magnetische Suszeptibilittiten: Einleitung 26 [Lit.

27) is presentedin column 4 and 0, in column 5. According to common usage,these values should be considered as determined on a purely empirical basis. Substanceswhich were actually found to be antiferromagnetic, are characterized as such in column 5. However where, for paramagnetic compounds, authors deduce only 0, from Eq. (27) and calculate pmfrom Eq. : such values are included in column 4 and the temperature is specified as in “at 300 K”. Where the Curie law was followed, this is indicated by O,=O in column 5.

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