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This review covers heteropolynuclear platinum complexes. There are over sixty examples with heterometal atoms as partners including non- transition metals, K, Cs, Mg, Ca, Sr, Tl, Sn, Pb, Zn, Cd, and transition metals: Cu, Ag, Fe, Co, Ni, Rh and Pd. In addition, there are examples for the lanthanides, Eu and Yb. The most common are Ag (x16) and K (x14). The predominant geometries for Pt(II) is square-planar and for Pt(IV) is octahedral. The overall structures are complex. In spite of the wide variety of heterometal atoms partners of platinum, there is “real” Pt-M bonds only with silver, ranging from 2.678 to 2.943(I) Å (ave 2.855 Å). The mean Pt-Pt bond distance is 2.869 Å.
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