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It had long-range effects and since then broken symmetries have received increasing attention [47]. The three basic possibilities are incomplete symmetry, symmetry broken by circumstances, and spontaneously broken symmetry.

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But what is symmetry? We may not be able to answer this question satisfactorily, at least not in all its possible aspects. According to the crystallographer and symmetrologist E. Fedorov—as quoted by A. To this, the symmetrologist and crystallographer A. He further stated that only parts which are in some sense equal among themselves can be repeated, and noted the two kinds of equality, to wit, congruent equality and mirror equality.

According to the geometer H. Symmetry also connotes harmony of proportions, which is a rather vague notion, according to Hermann Weyl [53].

This very vagueness, at the same time, often comes in handy when relating symmetry and chemistry, or generally speaking, whenever the symmetry concept is applied to real systems.

Mislow and Bickart [54] communicated an epistemological note on chirality in which much of what they have to say about chirality, as this concept is being applied to geometrical figures versus real molecules, solvents, and crystals, is true about the symmetry concept as well. Symmetry in its rigorous sense helps us to decide problems quickly and qualitatively. The answers lack detail, however [57]. On the other hand, the vagueness and fuzziness of the broader interpretation of the symmetry concept allow us to talk about degrees of symmetry, to say that something is more symmetrical than something else.

An absolutist geometrical approach would allow us to distinguish only between symmetrical and asymmetrical possibly with dissymmetrical thrown in for good measure. So there must be a range of criteria according to which one can decide whether something is symmetrical, and to what degree.

These criteria may very well change with time. A case in point is the question as to whether or not molecules preserve their symmetry upon entering a crystal structure or upon the crystal undergoing phase transition.

Our notion about structures and symmetries may evolve as more accurate data become available 1 Introduction 17 though their structures and symmetries are unchanged, of course, by our notions. Recognizing structural and other kinds of regularities has always been important in chemistry. Above we quoted Wigner in connection with the tasks of the physical sciences. He stressed the importance of observing regularities. He learned this from his mentor in preparing his doctoral research, Michael Polanyi.

Wigner mentioned this in his two-minute speech at the Nobel award banquett in Stockholm in I do wish to mention the inspiration received from Polanyi. He taught me, among other things, that science begins when a body of phenomena is available which shows some coherence and regularities, that science consists in assimilating these regularities and in creating concepts which permit expressing these regularities in a natural way.

He also taught me that it is this method of science rather than the concepts themselves such as energy which should be applied to other fields of learning [59]. Linus Pauling was a master in noticing regularities among large amounts of data.

It has been argued, for example, that at the time of the first edition of The Nature of the Chemical Bond [60], Linus Pauling had access to less than 0. The history of periodic tables and especially Dmitrii I.

He was looking for a simple system for presenting the elements as he was writing a general chemistry text for his students. The Soviet stamp block, issued for the centennial of the Periodic Table, depicts its earliest version Figure a. Approximately periodic tables were published during the first one hundred years after the original discovery in Mazurs [63] collected, systematized, and analyzed them in a unique study.

Classification of all the tables reduced their number to different types 18 1 Introduction Figure Petersburg [65]. Petersburg college building where Mendeleev used to work. The characteristic symmetry of this arrangement is periodicity itself. Figure is a spiral representation of the Periodic System drawn proportionally to the increasing mass of the elements, prior to the understanding of the foundation of the system in the electronic structure of the elements [64]. The quest for symmetry and harmony has, of course, contributed more than mere aesthetics in establishing the Periodic Table of 1 Introduction 19 Figure Spiral periodic system, after H.

Beauty and reason blend in it in a natural fashion. Symmetry is important, but it is not everything. I was a lively imaginative person, and could believe in the Arabian Nights as easily as in the Encyclopedia. But facts were important to me, and saved me. But facts come first. Symmetry encompasses much—but not quite all! Kepes, ed. Quoted in C. Britain , 4, — Nobel Foundation Directory. See, e. World Scientific, Singapore, ; L. Lederman with D. Mariner Books, ; F.

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This is further proof of the concept that hydrogen bonding and aurophilic bonding are similar in their binding energies and directionality. The emission bands in both complexes blue-shift as the temperature is increased.

The complex [AuFXe] has been detected and characterized in the gas phase using microwave rotational spectroscopy. As expected, it is the noble gas—noble metal halide complex more strongly bonded to a very short Au—Xe distance of 2. The cation interacts only weakly with the anion and has an Au—Xe distance of 2. Gold thiolates of the form [Au SR PR3 ] are important complexes that are known for a great variety of thiolate ligands and also serve as building blocks to obtain polynuclear species [].

Many other examples with this stoichiometry have been reported, which also have antiarthritic, antitumoral or antimicrobial activity. All these complexes with Au—Au interactions are emissive and, as suggested by Fackler and Schmidbaur [], the emission correlates inversely with distance. The anionic gold I thiolates, Bu4N[Au SC6H4R 2] show luminescence in the solid state, the emission maxima range from nm blue to nm green , depending on the substituent R [].

One of the most important types are diphosphines, which give very stable gold I complexes with different structural patterns.

They can adopt different structural patterns, as a result of the formation of Au—Au bonds see Figure 1. It has been suggested that packing effects, with or without solvent 1. From temperature-dependent NMR studies, the energy of the Au—Au interaction was estimated to be of the order of 29—33 kJ mol—1 [, ].

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Further coordination of the C or N atoms to other metal complexes gives tetra or hexanuclear derivatives [, ]. Most of the dinuclear gold I complexes are homobridged diauracycles with the same bridging ligand on each side, but some examples of heterobridged derivatives have been reported.

These contain a diphosphine in addition to other bidentate ligands such as bis ylide [, ], dithiolate [], dithiocarbamate [, ], xantate [], phosphoniodithioformate [], dithiophosphinate [], pyridine-2thiolate [], and so on. They can be obtained by reaction of the [Au2X2 m-PP ] complexes with the bidentate ligand or by ligand exchange reactions between two different homobridged dinuclear compounds.

Examples of these complexes are shown in Figure 1. Triphosphines or mixed phosphine-arsine ligands have also been used as ligands to coordinate gold I centers and the structures of the complexes can vary, depending on the structural requirements of the phosphine ligands. With tetraphosphines, the usual stoichiometry is [Au4Cl4 m-P4 ], such as those with tetrakis diphenylphosphine methane [], or tetrakis diphenylphosphine tetrathiafulvalene, PPh2 4TTF, [] Figure 1.

Some of these polyphosphine complexes have been used to synthesize heteronuclear complexes, such as bis diphenylphosphino methane dppm [], PPh2CH2AsPhCH2PPh2 [], and so on, which lead to several derivatives with the polydentate ligands bridging two or more metal atoms Figure 1.

Another important class of bidentate ligands in gold chemistry are those composed of sulfur donor ligands such as dithiocarbamates, dithiolates, dithiocarboxylates, dithiophosphinates, dithiophosphates, and so on.

All these Figure 1. As a consequence of these aurophilic interactions, many of these complexes present luminescence properties. Other complexes with these polydentate ligands include species with diphosphine ligands such as the complex with the 2-thioxo-1,3-dithiole-4,5-dithiolate dmit ligand, [Au4 dmit 2 dppm 2] [] Figure 1.

Many gold I complexes with these heterofunctional ligands have been prepared. Gold I complexes with polydentate nitrogen ligands are also known, such as with the ferrocenyl-terpyridine ligand Figure 1. Some of these compounds are strongly emissive at room temperature and in the solid state []. Owing to rapid ligand exchange on the NMR time scale the individual complexes can only be observed at low temperature.

The Figure 1. Some of these three-coordinate bis phosphine gold I complexes luminesce in the solid state, as well as in solution. The emission is attributed to the metal-centered pz! Other tetra-coordinate complexes are of the form [AuX PR3 3] [] and show the presence of a four-coordinate gold atom in a distorted tetrahedral geometry, with rather long Au—P and Au—X distances.

The coordination environment of the gold center is approximately trigonal planar and the iodine is weakly coordinated to the gold atom perpendicular to the AuP3 plane [Au—I distance 2. The solid shows a yellow emission nm at 77 K and an orange emission nm at K. Three-coordinate gold I complexes with functionalized ligands have been used to prepare heteronuclear derivatives.

Many of these complexes are strongly luminescent. Some examples of these complexes can be seen in Figure 1. Similar mixed metal metallocryptands with Pd 0 or Pt 0 have been reported Figure 1.

Some of these tetrahedral diphosphine complexes are cytotoxic and present a broad spectrum of antitumor activity []. Dinuclear tetra-coordinate derivatives are achieved with tetradentate phosphines, including tetraphos or tris 2- diphenylphosphino ethyl phosphine []. The dinuclear complexes with bidentate ligands have been commented previously. Organometallic complexes of the type [AuR] are known, for example for mesityl, the structure of which is a pentamer [Au5 Mes 5] Figure 1.

This is a useful starting material to prepare other organometallic derivatives. This luminescent gold ring is shown to be an inorganic analog of cyclohexane in terms of structure and solution dynamics. These complexes are presented in Figure 1. Thiolates, selenolates or tellurollates of general formula [Au ER ]n are usually insoluble and only a limited number have been characterized structurally as oligomers.

Triangular trigold I complexes of the type [Au3L3] are formed with pyrazolate, orthometallated pyridine, benzimidazole, and so on; they have been known for a long time but their remarkable chemical reactivity and physical properties have only recently been discovered. After irradiation with near-UV light, crystals of this compound show a long-lived photoluminescence that can be detected by the human eye for tens of seconds after cessation of irradiation.

Addition of dichloromethane or chloroform to these previously-irradiated crystals produces a bright burst of light. For this phenomenon the solid state Figure 1. It is believed that energy storage involves charge separation within the solid, and this charge separation is facilitated by conduction of electrons along the columnar structure [].

This compound does not display solvoluminiscence []. The structure of the trimer [Au3 NC5H4 3] has been studied and shows that individual molecules self-associate through aurophilic interactions into two distinct structural motifs that involve both extended chains of molecules connected by pairwise and individual Au—Au contacts, and discrete dimers linked by pairwise Au—Au interactions Figure 1. They also Figure 1. The tetranuclear derivatives are formed with bulky phosphines and less sterically demanding phosphines enable the synthesis of the hypervalent species [].

The structures of these complexes are tetrahedral, trigonal bypiramidal and octahedral, respectively Figure 1. Similar complexes have been prepared with nitrogen as a central hereroatom but to date only the tetranuclear and pentanuclear derivatives have been achieved from the reaction of ammonia with the oxonium complexes Figure 1.

Auration of polyamines or related Figure 1. The latter has also been obtained for the sulfur or selenium atoms. A distinctive feature of these complexes is that they present an extremely bright luminescence. These species max exhibit a large variation lem as a function of the m3-E capping ligand; The energy of Figure 1. The large change in lem between these complexes clearly indicates involvement of the Group 16 capping atom in the excited state.

Since the lone pair orbitals lie lowest in O, next in S, and highest in Se, an assignment consistent with the emission results in a ligand-to-metal—metal charge transfer 3 LMMCT. Further auration of sulfur and selenium to give the penta- and hexa-nuclear species has been achieved and trigonal bipyramidal and octahedral structures have been proposed [].

Some of these Figure 1. Other examples of polyauration around a single bridging heteroatom are those arising at borides, phosphide or chalcogenolate ligands. Similar complexes are Figure 1.

The Au—C bond is largely covalent and its stability depends largely on the type of ligand. Carbonyl gold I complexes are very scarce and unstable, alkyl complexes are not as stable as aryl, and the latter are in turn less stable than ylide or methanide ligands. Other important types of organometallic ligands in gold chemistry are alkynyl and carbene ligands, whose chemistry has recently been developed.

Alkyl or aryl gold I complexes are usually synthesized by reaction of an alkyllithium or a Grignard reagent with a gold I compound. With silver, complexes of the type [Au2Ag C6F5 4 OCMe2 2]n are obtained; this is a polymeric chain with the tetranuclear units bonded through aurophilic interactions [].Electronic States. The anionic gold I thiolates, Bu4N[Au SC6H4R 2] show luminescence in the solid state, the emission maxima range from nm blue to nm green , depending on the substituent R [].

The symmetries of molecules and their reactions are part of the fabric of biological structure. Fellows Roy. Other complexes with these polydentate ligands include species with diphosphine ligands such as the complex with the 2-thioxo-1,3-dithiole-4,5-dithiolate dmit ligand, [Au4 dmit 2 dppm 2] [] Figure 1.