Lanthanoid tetrazole coordination complexes
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While tetrazole derivatives are well established as anionic ligands for d-block elements, there is a growing interest in lanthanoid complexes of these compounds. Diverse structural chemistry results from the presence of four potential donor N atoms, and the conjugated nature of the heterocycle can impact on the photophysical properties of the complexes. This review examines the range of structurally characterised lanthanoid–tetrazolato complexes, focussing on the structural features of the ligand that impact on the tendency to interact with the first or second coordination spheres.
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