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Nevertheless for S1 and S3 the leaving CO group is one of those bound to the Fe syn or anti to the β carbon of µ-PDT, respectively. The excited state optimized structures for a are reported in Fig. 9. 001 hartree ˚ A–1 , and therefore these are likely stationary structures. The Fe – Fe internuclear distances are remarkably increased with respect to the ground state, because in both cases molecular orbitals with Fe – Fe antibonding combinations are populated. The ﬁnal considerations we can make in light of the results obtained are that a-CO S1 and S3 are involved in the photolysis of µ-CO group.
01) of the lowest singlet instability matrix eigenvalue. However, it is reasonable to consider these structures as two points along the CO photolysis reaction path that belong to S1 and S3 potential energy surfaces. Within this assumption, we can characterize the reaction paths through the analysis of the optimized structure. In both a-CO optimized excited state structures, the µ-CO loses its bridging character, becoming a terminal CO. The labilized Fe – C bond for S1 is the one in trans position to the anti terminal CO, while for S3 the one in trans Fig.
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