The highly resolved electronic spectrum of the square planar CuCl₄²⁻ ion
The low temperature magnetic circular dichroism(MCD) and electron paramagnetic resonance(EPR)spectra of Cu(II) dopedCs₂ZrCl₆ are reported. The Cu(II) ion is incorporated as the square planar copper tetrachloride ion, CuCl₄²⁻, which substitutes at the Zr(IV) site in the Cs₂ZrCl₆ lattice, with a complete absence of axial coordination. Both the EPR and MCD show highly resolved spectra from which it is possible to determine the superhyperfine coupling constants and excited state geometries...[Show more]
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