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Hexacarbonyl


- Dicobalt Hexacarbonyl
- Chromium Hexacarbonyl
- Tungsten Hexacarbonyl
- Molybdenum Hexacarbonyl


  Chromium Hexacarbonyl

Chromium carbonyl, also known as chromium hexacarbonyl, is the chemical compound with the formula Cr(CO)6. At room temperature the solid is stable to air, although it does have a high vapor pressure and sublimes readily. Cr(CO)6 is zerovalent, meaning that Cr has a formal charge of zero, and it is called a homoleptic complex, which means that all the ligands are the same.


  Dicobalt Hexacarbonyl

Organocobalt compounds are involved in several organic reactions and the important biomolecule vitamin B12 has a cobalt-carbon bond. Many organocobalt compounds are investigated for catalytic properties [1]. An early example of organocobalt chemistry is the carbonylation of azobenzene with dicobalt octacarbonyl as described by Murahashi & Horiie in 1956


  Molybdenum Hexacarbonyl

Molybdenum hexacarbonyl (also called molybdenum carbonyl) is the chemical compound with the formula Mo(CO)6. This colorless solid, like its chromium and tungsten analogues, is noteworthy as a volatile, air-stable derivative of a metal in its zero oxidation state.


  Tungsten Hexacarbonyl

Tungsten hexacarbonyl (also called tungsten carbonyl) is the chemical compound with the formula W(CO)6. This complex gave rise to the first example of a dihydrogen complex.



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