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Acta Cryst. (2002). E58, m298-m300  [ doi:10.1107/S160053680200884X ]

A molecular pair having two quadruply bonded dimolybdenum units linked by a terephthalate dianion

F. A. Cotton, J. P. Donahue, C. Lin, C. A. Murillo and J. Rockwell

Abstract: The title compound, [mu]-terephthalate-bis[tris([mu]-N,N'-di-p-anisylformamidinate)dimolybdenum(II)] hexane disolvate, [{Mo2(DAniF)3}2([mu]-O2CC6H4CO2)] (DAniF is N,N'-di-p-anisylformamidinate, C15H15N2O2) crystallizes as the bis(hexane) solvate, in the form of large red needles, in space group P21/c. The molecule sits on an inversion center, and the bridging aryl ring displays a twist angle of 8.6 (10)° with respect to the plane defined by the two Mo2 axes.


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