Temperature dependences of the 35Cl and 121Sb NQR frequencies and the spin-lattice relaxation times in the molecular complex of antimony trichloride with meta-dinitrobenzene were investigated. These dependences for 35Cl nuclei suggest a thermoactivated motion of chlorine atoms with the activation energy E a = 50 kJ/mol in the crystal. The data obtained were used for determination of the molecular structure of the complex. Some features of the intramolecular motion in SbCl3 complexes of the vπ and vn types were discussed. The 121Sb NQR data revealed no thermoactivated motion of the ligands bound to the Sb atom.
Russian Journal of Coordination Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 13, 2006
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