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Schaniel, D.; Bendeif, E. -E.; Woike, T.; Boettcher, H. -C. and Pillet, S. (2018): Wavelength- selective photoisomerisation of nitric oxide and nitrite in a rhodium complex. In: Crystengcomm, Vol. 20, No. 44: pp. 7100-7108

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Photoinduced linkage isomers (PLIs) of NO and NO2- are selectively generated by an appropriate choice of irradiation wavelength at low temperature within the same molecular complex [Rh(NO)(NO2)(2)((Bu2PH)-P-t)(2)]. The structures of the PLIs are characterised by photocrystallography and the corresponding vibrational changes by infrared spectroscopy. Using red light about 37% of the ON isonitrosyl PLI can be produced while irradiation with blue light produces about 80% of the (O,O) chelating NO2- isomer. Upon heating the NO2- PLI undergoes several structural transformations, which are characterised by infrared spectroscopy.

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