Synthesis, crystal structures, spectral studies and reactivity of square planar copper(II) complexes containing Schiff base ligand
authors Pattanayak, P; Pratihar, JL; Patra, D; Lin, CH; Brandao, P; Mal, D; Felix, V
nationality International
journal JOURNAL OF COORDINATION CHEMISTRY
author keywords Copper(II); Crystal structure; Ligand substitution; Redox; DFT
keywords ONS DONOR LIGANDS; BETA-DIKETIMINATO LIGANDS; OXO-TRANSFER KINETICS; MAGNETIC-PROPERTIES; OXOMOLYBDENUM(IV) COMPLEXES; S-BENZYLDITHIOCARBAZATE; COBALT(III) COMPLEXES; BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY; CU(II) COMPLEXES; THIOSEMICARBAZONES
abstract The reactions of HL1 [2-((2-(benzylthio)phenylimino)methyl)phenol] and HL2 [3-((2-(benzylthio)phenylimino)methyl)-2-hydroxy-5-methylbenzaldehyde] separately with Cu(OAc)2 center dot H2O afforded new Cu(II) complexes [Cu(L1)(OAc)] (1) and [Cu(L2)2] (2), respectively. These are characterized by microanalytical data and spectroscopic studies. UVvis spectra of the complexes show intense low-energy transitions approximate to 420nm which are ligand to metal charge transfer (LMCT) transitions. The single-crystal X-ray structures were determined for 1 and 2. Reactions of [Cu(L1)(OAc)] (1) with , SCN and show the replacement of weakly coordinated acetate yielding [Cu(L1)(N3)], [Cu(L1)(SCN)] and [Cu(L1)(NO2)], respectively. Unequivocal characterization of the substituted products has been done by single-crystal X-ray study of [Cu(L1)(N3)]. HL2 and its Cu(II) complex exhibited low-intensity emission bands at approximate to 575nm upon excitation at 375nm and at 420nm, respectively. Redox properties of the complexes were determined electrochemically. Density functional theory (DFT) computations have been carried out to explain the spectroscopic and redox properties of the complexes.
publisher TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD
issn 0095-8972
year published 2013
volume 66
issue 4
beginning page 568
ending page 579
digital object identifier (doi) 10.1080/00958972.2013.764414
web of science category Chemistry, Inorganic & Nuclear
subject category Chemistry
unique article identifier WOS:000316086400003
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