Molybdenum trisanilide nitride
by ccummins - uploaded on September 18, 2010, 8:13 am
This is the molybdenum trisanilide nitride complex made via dinitrogen cleavage using a three-coordinate molybdenum(III) complex. The terminal nitride nitrogen is colored blue to indicate that it originated from N2. It was synthesized in the laboratory of Christopher C. Cummins at MIT. For more information visit http://web.mit.edu/ccclab
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