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There are a few examples of low-spin complexes of manganese(III) mostly with relatively high-field ligands, such as CNÀ. High-spin manganese(III) complexes have spin-allowed d–d transitions and thus have some color compared their manganese(II) 35 Manganese analogues. 9 B and all high-spin complexes of manganese(III) have magnetic moments very close to this value. In general, manganese(III) complexes are good oxidizing agents and also act as strong Lewis acids. The labile nature of the manganese(III) center is indicated by the high water exchange rate constant, 100 times slower than manganese(II) center but 1,000 times faster than manganese(IV) center.
The chemistry of the doubly hydrated form of hexafluoroacetylacetone, 1,1,1,5,5,5-hexafluoropentane-2,2,4,4-tetraolato (hfpt), is worth mentioning.
75H2O [Mn2O(O2CC6H5)2 (N3)2(bpy)2]ÁMeCNÁ4H2O [Mn2O(OAc)2Cl2(bpy)2]ÁCH3COOHÁH2O [Mn2O(OAc)2(HB(pz)3)2]ÁCH3CN [Mn2O(OAc)2(HB(pz)3)2]Á4CH3CN [Mn2O(OAc)2(tacn)2](ClO4)2 [Mn2O(OAc)2(Me3tacn)2] (ClO4)2 [Mn2O(OAc)2(tacn)(Me3tacn)](ClO4)2 [Mn2O(OAc)2(BBAE)2](ClO4)2 [Mn2O(OAc)2(mpepma)2](PF6)2ÁH2O [Mn2O(OAc)2(TMIP)2](ClO4)2 [Mn2O(OAc)2(tppn)](ClO4)2ÁCH3CN a eff (BM) [Temp. 3] Temp. 0 Employing H = À2JS1ÁS2 convention. 251–254 Complex (95) can be prepared by the reaction of tetramethylammonium permanganate ((TMA)MnO4), H2Lc, and (TMA)OH in methanol.