1971 Volume 44 Issue 3 Pages 786-791
The infrared spectra of [Cl2M Olefin]2 (olefin=vinyl alcohol, vinyl ethers, and their derivatives, M=Pt and Pd) have been studied in the 4000–100 cm−1 frequency region. A normal coordinate analysis of the coordinated vinyl alcohol indicated that the lone-pair electrons of oxygen conjugated with π-electrons of the double bond to some extent, even in the coordinated state. The coordination strengths of vinyl alcohol, vinyl ethers, and their derivatives have been examined by comparing the metal-olefin streching vibrations.
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