Structural characterization of 3d metal complexes containing an unconventional schiff base ligand

The design of appropriated organic ligands capable of binding metal ions provides a targeted entry to new materials with distinct structural and physicochemical properties. A representative family of such ligands includes Schiff bases. Here, we report new mono, diand polynuclear materials [Co(L)]3(C...

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Main Authors: Cretu Carmen
Aparaschivei Diana
Cseh Liliana
Tudose Ramona
Maxim Catalin
Andruh Marius
Salifoglou Athanasios
Costisor Otilia
Corporate Author: International Symposium on Analytical and Environmental Problems (21.) (2015) (Szeged)
Format: Book part
Published: 2015
Series:Proceedings of the International Symposium on Analytical and Environmental Problems 21
Kulcsszavak:Kémia - előadáskivonat
Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/55920
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Summary:The design of appropriated organic ligands capable of binding metal ions provides a targeted entry to new materials with distinct structural and physicochemical properties. A representative family of such ligands includes Schiff bases. Here, we report new mono, diand polynuclear materials [Co(L)]3(ClO4)3·4H2O (1), [Zn2(L)(CH3COO)2] (2) and [Cu3(L)2(µ3 -ClO4)0.66](ClO4)1.33·1.33CHCl3 (3) containing N,N’-bis[(2- hydroxybenzilideneamino)-propyl]-piperazine (H2L) Schiff base as hexadentate ligand (Figure 1). The X-ray crystallography of the complexes reveal a retaining of the original chair piperazine conformation from the free ligand in the complex 2 and a changing into a boat conformation in the complexes 1 and 3. Moreover, in the respective complexes a different coordination number as 6 (1), 5 (2) and 4 and 5 (3) was observed upon coordination of the free ligand to Co(III), Zn(II) and Cu(II) ions. The modulatory property of H2L is reflected upon the molecular assembly and coordination mode of the isolable species.
Physical Description:28
ISBN:978-963-306-411-5