A three-dimensional structure analysis of the title compound has been carried out from diffractometer data by Patterson and Fourier methods. Crystals are orthorhombic, with a = 11.822, b = 12.513, c = 17.609 Å, space group Pbcn, Z = 8. The structure was refined by least squares to a final R of 0.062 for 2215 observed reflections. The molecule is dimeric, symmetry C2, with a Pd ⋯ Pd distance of 2.960(1) Å. The co-ordination geometry about each Pd ion is approximately square-pyramidal, with the vinyl end of the lateral chain of the hydrocarbon ligand being shifted from the 'normal' position in related Pd and Pt complexes. The Pd-O distances show evidence of trans-influence by the co-ordinated carbon atom of the norbornyl moiety.

Crystal and molecular structure of di-mu-acetato-bis-[(2-methylallyl-3-norbornyl)palladium(II)] / M. Zocchi, G. Tieghi, A. Albinati. - In: JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY DALTON TRANSACTIONS. - ISSN 0300-9246. - :8(1973), pp. 883-885. [10.1039/dt9730000883]

Crystal and molecular structure of di-mu-acetato-bis-[(2-methylallyl-3-norbornyl)palladium(II)]

A. Albinati
1973

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A three-dimensional structure analysis of the title compound has been carried out from diffractometer data by Patterson and Fourier methods. Crystals are orthorhombic, with a = 11.822, b = 12.513, c = 17.609 Å, space group Pbcn, Z = 8. The structure was refined by least squares to a final R of 0.062 for 2215 observed reflections. The molecule is dimeric, symmetry C2, with a Pd ⋯ Pd distance of 2.960(1) Å. The co-ordination geometry about each Pd ion is approximately square-pyramidal, with the vinyl end of the lateral chain of the hydrocarbon ligand being shifted from the 'normal' position in related Pd and Pt complexes. The Pd-O distances show evidence of trans-influence by the co-ordinated carbon atom of the norbornyl moiety.
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