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3 Concluding Comments.............................................................................................. References................................................................................................................................. 63 65 66 68 69 1 Introduction and Scope Metal carbonyl complexes are amongst the most photochemically active organometallic systems. Early work recognized the importance of photochemical techniques in the synthesis of a wide range of ligand-substituted derivatives which were difficult to access using conventional thermal methods [1].

The 1A1g→1T1g transition would remove electron density from the orbital set which is involved with the bonding interaction between chromium and the CO ligands and populate orbitals which are strongly antibonding with respect to the same interaction. This would result in a very efficient loss of one CO ligand which is consistent with many experimental results [7–9]. 67) relies on an efficient population of an excited state which is strongly antibonding with respect to the Cr-CO interaction. However, it is difficult to explain how a Laporte forbidden transition which formally cannot be efficiently populated from the ground state would result in a photochemical process with such a high quantum yield.

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