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Along this path, the metal orders its valence electrons as in A (Fig, 5), thus focusing bidentate coordination at centers cd of 9. Quadricyclene then transforms to norbornadiene (10) through configuration interaction. The injection of configuration interaction here is reasonable, allowing greater flexibility through the mixing-in of additional higher excited states. It is doubtful, however, that a ligand system such as 9 will prefer coordination through bonds cd with the corresponding distortions toward 11.
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