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Molecular and crystal structure of ferrocenedisulfonyl chloride

Summary

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    The structure of ferrocendisulfonyl chloride was investigated. The interatomic distances and valence angles were found. The shortest intermolecular distances were calculated.

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    On the basis of the data obtained, it was shown that there is an intimate electronic interaction between the ferrocene nucleus and the sulfonyl chloride group, which leads to a redistribution of bond lengths and a decrease in the chemical activity of the chlorine in the sulfonyl chloride group in comparison with normal aromatic sulfonyl chlorides.

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Starovskii, O.V., Struchkov, Y.T. Molecular and crystal structure of ferrocenedisulfonyl chloride. Russ Chem Bull 9, 936–943 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00903965

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Keywords

  • Chloride
  • Crystal Structure
  • Chlorine
  • Bond Length
  • Chemical Activity