This book consists of contributions by participants in the Symposium "Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Characterizat.ion of Solute Species in Non~Aqueous Solvents" which took place at the American Chemical Society Meeting, Division of Analytical Chemistry, August 31 and September I, 1976, San Francisco, California. The manuscripts were submitted to the editor during the first half of 1977 and, in most cases, represent reviews of selected research topics in the broad area of characterization of solute species in non~aqueous solvents. In organizing this Symposium, I attempted to bring together a significantly large group of research workers involved in spectro scopic and electrochemical studies in the three large classes of non-aqueous solvents ~ organic solvents, covalent inorganic sol vents and molten salts. The experimental apprcaches and problems, such as avoidance of traces of moisture and oxygen, are frequently similar for all types of non-aqueous solvents. It is hoped that this volume will be useful to all concerned with chemistry in non-aqueous solvents. Gleb llamantov , Contents 1. IDENTIFICATION AND SYSTEMIZATION OF SOLVENT PROPERTIES INVOLVED IN THE LIGAND SUBSTITUTION KINETICS OF LABILE COMPLEXES OF NICKEL(II) J. F. Coetzee, D. Frollini, C. G. Karakatsanis, E. J.
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Table of Contents1. Identification and Systemization of Solvent Properties Involved in the Ligand Substitution Kinetics of Labile Complexes of Nickel(II).- 2. Influence of the Solvent on the Orientation of Ambidentate Solvent and Ligand Molecules in the Coordination Sphere of Metal Ions.- 3. Alkali Metal, Magnesium-25, and Silver-109 NMR Studies of Complex Compounds in Nonaqueous Solvents.- 4. Sodium-23 NMR Studies of Sodium Cation Coordination by Organic Solvents.- 5. Application of Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Techniques in Studies of Chemistry of Radical Anions and Dianions.- 6. Mechanisms of Nucleophilic Additions to Cation Radicals of EE Systems.- 7. Measurement of Conformational Rates and Eouilibria by Cyclic Voltammetry.- 8. Electrochemical Synthesis and Characterization of Tetrathioethylenes in Nonaqueous Solvents.- 9. Thin Layer Spectroelectrochemical Studies of Cobalt and Copper Schiff Base Complexes in N,N-Dimethyl-Formamide.- 10. Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Studies of Rhodium and Iridium Diimine Complexes in Acetonitrile.- 11. Acid-Base Dependent Redox Chemistry in Molten Chloroaluminates.- 12. Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Studies of the Chalcogens in Chloroaluminate Melts.- 13. Electron Free Energy Levels and Spectroscopic Character of Dilute Species in Oxidic Solvents: Relating Aqueous to Liquid (and Vitreous) Oxide Solutions.- 14. Recent Electroanalytical Studies in Molten Fluorides.- 15. Voltammetry of Dissolved Water and the Role of the Hydrated Electron in Fused Nitrates.