10.1021/jz101550d.ls01

High-Resolution Electron Spectroscopy of Gas-Phase Metal−Aromatic Complexes

Abstract

High-resolution electron spectroscopy combines pulsed field ionization zero-electron kinetic energy (ZEKE) detection with in situ laser-assisted synthesis and supersonic expansion. The technique offers sub-meV spectral resolution for the electron spectra of metal complexes and is a powerful tool to study their bonding and structures. This Perspective presents recent progress in single-photon ZEKE spectroscopy of metal−aromatic complexes and focuses on the determination of the electron spin multiplicities, metal binding sites and modes, rotational conformers, and conformational changes of these critical species in organometallic chemistry

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