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4. ~---- Thermochromic , I '-" - - - - 4.. = 6 In this connection, the work of Abe  on the spectra and conductivities of various bivalent metal perchlorates in HMPA is of interest. She concluded that a 4coordinate tetrahedral species [M(HMPA)4]H exists in solution when the metal ion (MH) is MnH, Fe H , COH or Cu H . However, with NiH the resulting solution is strongly thermochromic as shown in Fig. 14. At 60-70°C, the solution shows two strong peaks between 550 and 650 nm, which are quite similar to those shown by [NiCl4] 2 - (cf.
Nm)- c Fig. B-5a-c. The effects of pressure (P) on the spectra of CoCl 2 in MeOH (a), EtOH (b) and n-BuOH (c). 0 mm. All of curves have been corrected for the concentration increase caused by compression. :=------, o Z. 2: "0 Qj 0::: c o 5000 P(kg cm-2 ) 10000 Fig. B-6. Relationship between the band intensity at 660 nm and the pressure (P) in various solvents: A = EtOH, B=n-BuOH, C=iso-BuOH, D=secBuOH. (Taken from Osugi and Kitamura ) Effects of Water, High Pressure and Dilution 23 above).