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P* vÀdxz / p* hÀdyz ! dyzÀp* h p* hÀdyz ! dyzÀp* h M ¼ Mo (Va) 530 398 320 296 * Calculated for model I‹I. transitions are shifted to lower energy and split into two bands at 296/320 nm (Va) and 286/318 nm (Vb). In agreement with the TDDFT prediction, this is attributed to the splitting of these transitions into one transition within and one transition perpendicular to the NNH2 plane. The lower energy of the p ! p* transitions in the Mo^NNH2 complex Va as compared to the Mo^NNH3 complex IVa is also reproduced by TDDFT, re£ecting the lower degree of metal^ligand covalency in the NNH2 compared to the NNH3 system (there is one in-plane p !
These features are masked in the 50 F. TUCZEK FIG. 13. Solution spectra of I, II, and III in thf at room temperature. corresponding dppe complex by a metal ! phosphine CT band (Fig. 13) which in the dinitrogen system I appears at 380 nm (12a). This feature is probably due to an electronic transition from metal d to phosphine d orbitals. In the protonated species II and III, the broad dppe absorption band is shifted to 325 nm. IV. Conclusions The investigations presented in the preceding sections have led to a spectroscopic and electronic-structural characterization of molybdenum and tungsten N2 and N2Hx complexes (x ¼ 1^3) with diphosphine ligands.
In agreement with Raman data of related systems, (13b) the linear bends ds(WNN) are not visible in the spectra of I. The splitting of s(WN) as well as the high intensity of the Raman-forbidden as(NN) mode are ascribed to correlation e¡ects in the solid state. Other intense peaks in the Raman spectra of I that remain unshifted in the spectrum of the 15N isotopomer are found at 527, 999, 1027, and 1586 cmÀ1. Comparison with Raman data of [M(N2)2 (depe)2], M ¼ Mo and W (12,18), suggests that these vibrations are associated with the phenyl groups of the dppe ligand.