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See also C. W. , 1871, 4, 40 and a discussion and annotated English translation in ref. 3, pp. 71-92; ref. 5, pp. 81-82. 48. G. B. Kauffman, in ‘Dictionary of Scientific Biography’, ed. C. C. Gillispie, Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1970, vol. 2, pp. 199-200; Amah of Science, 1975, 32, 12; Centaurus, 1977, 21, 44. 49. G. B. Kauffman, in ‘Dictionary of Scientific Biography’, ed. C. C. Gillispie, Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1973, vol. 7, pp. 179-180. 50. G. B. Kauffman, J . Chem. , 1976,53,445.

1914, 12, 133; ‘Npbel Lectures in Chemistry, 1901-1921’, ed. Nobel Foundation, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1966, pp. 253-269. 75. G. B. Kauffman, Coord. Chern. , 1974,12, 105. 76. A. , 1914,47, 3087. For a discussion and annotated English translation see ref. 2, pp. 175-184. 77. S. M . Jsrgensen, 2. Anorg. , 1898, 16, 184. 78. A. Hantzsch and A. , 1890,23,11. For a discussion and annotated English translation see G. B. Kauffman, J . Chem. , 1966,43, 155. 79 H. Eyring, Chem. Eng. News,Jan. 7,1963,41 (I), 5.

6 TRANS EFFECT The trans effect, which is defined as the labilization of a ligand trans to some other, transdirecting ligand, was observed by Werner who referred to it as a ‘trans elimination effect’; he used it in determining the configurations of cis and trans isomers of planar platinum(I1) complexes. It is a very significant effect in these substances, and much less important in the chemistry of palladiwn(I1) compounds. There is also a trans effect in octahedral complexes, but it is minor. It is a kinetic effect; the related thermodynamic effect is referred to as the ‘trans influence’.

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