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If Ga3+, which is not a transition metal but which is in the same row in the periodic table is added, the activation volumes become even positive (Table IV). 5 cm3 molÀ1) (58,60) for a limiting A mechanism (111). The smaller activation volumes measured for V3+, Cr3+ and especially Fe3+ support the attribution of an Ia mechanism for these cations. A limiting A mechanism for [Ti(H2O)6]3+ was also concluded from computational studies with the Hartree-Fock method (103) and with DFT (124). D. SECOND AND THIRD ROW OCTAHEDRAL COMPLEXES Experimental data for solvent exchange on octahedral second- and third-row transition metal ions are limited to the Ru2+/3+, Rh3+ and Ir3+ and to water and acetonitrile solvents (Table VIII (3,125^129)).
A. DUNAND et al. 54Â10À6 (cis) not obs. 68Â10À6 (cis) not obs. 5Â103 (129) (193) (181) (181) (192) (192) Complex [(H2O)4Rh(m-OH)2Rh(H2O)4]4+ [(H2O)3(OH)Rh(m-OH)2Rh(OH)(H2O)3]4+ a Rate constant for the exchange of a particular coordinated solvent molecule (6). ¢rst-order rate dependence on free solvent concentration. The size of the solvent molecules has an important e¡ect on the lability. Replacing the less sterically hindered [Pd(Me2S)4]2+ by [Pd(Et2S)4]2+ increases the exchange rate constant by more than 400 -fold.
8 Id Id Id D and Id D D Ref. (254) (254) (255) (254) (254) (254) Six-coordinate ionic radii from Ref. (255). First-order rate constant for the exchange of a particular coordinated solvent molecule (6). 7 ^ ^ ^ D, Id D, Id D, Id D, Id D, Id D, Id Adapted from Refs. (56,257^259 ). a Six-coordinate ionic radii from Ref. (255). b First-order rate constant for the exchange of a particular coordinated solvent molecule (6). 2 for europium(II) (228). The water exchange rate measured on the divalent europium aqua ion is the fastest ever measured by 17O NMR (Table XVI) (2).