Advances in Inorganic Chemistry and Radiochemistry, Vol. 12 by H.J. Emeléus (ed.), A.G. Sharpe (ed.)

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9. Axe, J. , Stapleton, H. , and Jefferies, C . ,Phys. Rev. 121, 1630 (1960). 10. Axe, J. , Stapleton, H. , J . Chem. Phys. 32, 1216 (1960). 11. Bagnall, K. , Chem. Brit. p. 143 (1965). 48 D . BROWN 12. Bagnall, K. , “Coord. Chern. ” 2, 145 (1967). 13. Bagnall, K. , i n “Halogen Chemistry” (V. ), Vol. 3, pp. 303382. Academic Press, New York, 1967. 14. Bagnall, K. , in “Physicoe-chimie du Protactinium,” Publ. No. 154, p. 87. , Paris, 1966. 15. Bagnall, K. , J . Chern. p. 3021 (1964). 16. Bagnall, K.

SOC. C h i m . Prance p. 918 (1951). 30. , in “The Halides of the Actinides and Lanthanides,” Chapter 2. Wiley, New York, 1968. 31. , J . Chern. , A p. 766 (1966). 32. , unpublished observations (1968). 33. , in “Tho Halides o f the Actinides and Lanthanides,” p. 59. Wiley, New York, 1968. 34. , in “The Halides o f the Actinides and Lanthanides,” p. 254. Wiley, New York, 1968. 35. , in “Physicoe-ohimie du Protactinium,” Publ. No. 154, p. 147. , Paris, 1966. 36. , Dixon, S. , Glover, K. , and Rogers, F.

BROMO AND IODO COMPLEXES It is convenient to discuss protactinium(1V) and (V) bromo and iodo complexes together since they have only been prepared by reacting together the component halides in anhydrous methyl cyanide (40, 46, 48). Thus NMe,PaBr,, NEt4PaBre, and Ph,MeAsPaI, are isolated (40,46)by removal of solvent in vacuo a t room temperature. Attempts to obtain octabromo complexes for these three elements have been unsuccessful. The orange hexabromoprotactinates(V) are 30 D. BROWN moisture-sensitive solids for which protactinium-bromine stretching vibrations occur a t approximately 21 6 cm-l (Table VII).

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