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Merola, Joseph S.; Franks, Marion A. (2015)
Publisher: International Union of Crystallography
Journal: Acta Crystallographica Section E: Crystallographic Communications
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: iridium, Chemistry, isotypism, phosphane ligands, QD1-999, crystal structure, rhodium, Research Communications
The crystal structures of two solvates of fac-tri­chlorido­tris­(tri­methyl­phosphane-κP)rhodium(III) are reported, i.e. one with water in the crystal lattice, fac-[RhCl3(Me3P)3]·H2O, and one with methanol in the crystal lattice, fac-[RhCl3(Me3P)3]·0.5CH3OH. These rhodium compounds exhibit distorted octahedral coordination spheres at the metal and are isotypic with the analogous iridium compounds previously reported by us [Merola et al. (2013 ▸). Polyhedron, 54, 67–73]. Comparison is made between the rhodium and iridium compounds, highlighting their isostructural relationships.
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