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, ?(C=C) (stretching)

, ?(C-CH3) (stretching)

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, Cu-NH) (stretching)

, Angström) and angles (in degrees) of L 2 -M (M = Co, Ni, Zn, Pd, Cd) calculated at B3LYP and CAM-B3LYP levels. B3LYP CAM-B3LYP

, Co1-N2 Co1-N3 N2-Co1-N3 N3-Co1-N4 N2-Co1-N3-N4

, Ni1-N2 Ni1-N3 N2-Ni1-N3 N3-Ni1-N2' N2-Ni1-N3-N2' Zn1-N2 Zn 1-N3 N2-Zn 1-N3 N3-Zn 1-N2' N2-Zn -N3-N2' Pd1-N2 Pd 1-N3 N2-Pd -N3 N3-Pd -N2' N2-Pd 1-N3-N2' Cd1-N2 Cd1-N3 N2-Cd1-N3 N3-Cd1-N4 N2-Cd1-N3-N4

, Table 6. Vertical and adiabatic ionization potentials

, IP v(a) L2-Co L2-Ni L2-Cu L2-Zn L2-Pd L2-Cd