New carboxysalicylaldehyde schiff base ligand and its copper(II) complexes

Metal-organic frameworks have become a subject of great interest lately because of their interesting features and applications in the field of catalysis, magnetism and biological studies [1]. Coordination polymers are most commonly the creators of such frameworks, and researchers have devoted great...

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Main Authors: Aparaschivei Diana
Buta Ildikó
Pană Ana-Maria
Păuşescu Iulia
Badea Valentin
Cseh Liliana
Costisor Otilia
Corporate Author: International Symposium on Analytical and Environmental Problems (22.) (2016) (Szeged)
Format: Book part
Published: 2016
Series:Proceedings of the International Symposium on Analytical and Environmental Problems 22
Kulcsszavak:Kémia - előadáskivonat
Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/56039
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Summary:Metal-organic frameworks have become a subject of great interest lately because of their interesting features and applications in the field of catalysis, magnetism and biological studies [1]. Coordination polymers are most commonly the creators of such frameworks, and researchers have devoted great effort to the design of metal-generated networks with tailored properties [2,3]. Our group has recently been involved in the development of by-design structures based on 3d metal coordination complexes derived from Schiff based ligands [4]. Salen-based complexes of 3d metals, in which the Schiff base presents the carboxy substituent on the aromatic moiety, generate infinite coordination polymers in the presence of alkaline bases [5]. In this respect, we have obtained new carboxysalicylaldehyde Schiff base ligand, namely N,N'-bis(5-carboxysalicylidene-aminopropyl)piperazine (CBPP), characterized by NMR and FTIR spectroscopy and TG analysis. Copper(II) complexes of CBPP were synthesized by direct or template synthesis, isolated and characterized by FTIR; preliminary results suggest the formation of polymeric structures.
Physical Description:73
ISBN:978-963-306-507-5