Issue Date: September 2, 2013
Family Of Multiply Bonded Bimetallic Complexes Grows
Multiple bonds between transition-metal atoms have fascinated chemists for 50 years, ever since F. Albert Cotton’s group at MIT discovered a quadruple bond in a diruthenium complex. Synthesizing these multiply bonded complexes between like metals is now common. But such complexes involving two different metals remain rare. A research team led by Connie C. Lu of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, has taken . . .
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