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Solution and solid state studies of metal complexes of some EDTA and calixarene derivatives

Adolfo F. A. Cornejo

Solution and solid state studies of metal complexes of some EDTA and calixarene derivatives

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Published by University College Dublin in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coordination compounds.,
  • Ligands.,
  • Transition metal complexes.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Adolfo Federico Aguilar Cornejo.
    ContributionsUniversity College Dublin. Department of Chemistry.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(14), 382p. :
    Number of Pages382
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18114775M


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Solution and solid state studies of metal complexes of some EDTA and calixarene derivatives by Adolfo F. A. Cornejo Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the study reported here, we apply some of the features of coordination chemistry to solve a long-standing problem in the separation and characterization of lipoprotein particles. Lipoproteins are circulating micelle-like particles responsible for lipid transport.

They exist in three major classes: very-low-density lipoprotein, low-density lipoprotein, and high-density lipoprotein in well Cited by: acetate anion (EDTA).

In the course of experiments with the rare earths and EDTA, it was found that solid rare-earth chelates of EDTA, are exceptionally interesting compounds which exhibit some unusual solubility and hydration properties. A portion of this thesis is concerned with a further study of the nature of these solid by: 2.

Synthesis, Solid and Solution Studies of Paraquat Dichloride Calixarene Complexes. Molecular Modelling Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the Mexican Chemical Society 54(3). Complexes of p-tert-Butylcalix[4]arene and p-tert-Butylbishomooxacalix[4]arene.- Solid State Structures - X-Ray Crystallography.- Complexes of p-tert-Butylcalix[8]arene.- Complexes of p-tert-Butylcalix[6]arene.- Complexes of p-tert-Butylcalix[4]arene.- Solution Structure.- Luminescence Spectroscopy.- 3.

The EDTA(Zn 2+) complex is about 8 orders of magnitude more stable than the EDTA(Mg 2+) complex (Furia ; Kołodyńska ). The obtained final concentration of about mg/l (Fig.

2) is Author: Dorota Kołodyńska. Also reviewed are the types of molecules that can be recognized by calixarenes, their interactions, and the techniques that allow their determination and the evaluation of the stoichiometry of the complex formed in solution and solid state.

In particular, calixarene toxicity, their characteristics, the variation in the size of the cavity and in. understand that a complex is a central metal ion surrounded by ligands; know the meaning of co-ordination number; understand that ligands can be unidentate (e.g.

H 2 O, NH 3 and Cl-) or bidentate (e.g. NH 2 CH 2 CH 2 NH 2 and C 2 O 4 2-), or multidentate (e.g. EDTA.) know that haem is an iron(II) complex with a multidentate ligand. mainly d-block transition metals. Structures of metal complexes (a) Central metals Properties of d-block transition metals differ considerably between the first (3d) and the second series metals (4d), although the differ nd and the third series (5d) metals is not pronounced.

Metallic radii of elements. Perrin et al. reported two solid-state structures for calix[10]arene macrocycle. In particular, de-tert-butylated p-H-calix[10]arene 55 (Figure 34) was crystallized from acetone, and in the solid state, it forms a complex with the solvent in which two guest molecules are situated inside the macrocycle.

Calixarenes 5–8 capped with DTPA bridges were synthesized by condensation of the corresponding 1,3-(distal)-diaminocalixarenes and DTPA dianhydride in DMF. The chelating properties of the DTPA-calixarenes were evaluated towards europium and the resulting complexes.

Selected complexes of metal ions are presented showing their syntheses and possible applications, an attention was paid to their usefulness in Solution and solid state studies of metal complexes of some EDTA and calixarene derivatives book design.

In this study, we synthesized a new thiosemicarbazide-functionalized calix[4]arene L and its Co2+, Ni2+, Cu2+, and Zn2+ transition metal complexes. For characterization several techniques were employed: Fourier-transform infrared (FT-IR), 1H nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), 13C-NMR, 15N-NMR, correlation spectroscopy (COZY), nuclear Overhauser enhancement spectroscopy (NOESY).

Quantum Chemical Calculations on Alkali Metal Complexes -- Thermodynamics of Calixarene-Ion Interactions -- Crown Ethers Derived from Calix[4]arenes -- Metal-Ion Complexation by Narrow Rim Carbonyl Derivatives -- Phase Transfer Extraction of Heavy Metals -- Calixarene-Based Anion Receptors -- Water-Soluble Calixarenes -- The number of ligands bound to the transition metal ion is called the coordination number.

Although coordination complexes are particularly important in the chemistry of the transition metals, some main group elements also form complexes. Aluminum, tin, and lead, for example, form complexes such as the AlF 6 3- SnCl 4 2-and PbI 4 2-ions. Synopsis. The chemistry of [Ln(XT)] 2- where XT 5-is an EDTA like ligand containing an extra phosphinate group, has been investigated and compared to [Co II (XT)] 3-and [Co III (XT)] The phosphinate group is not coordinated in the Co complexes but is bound in the lanthanide complexes.

Both monoprotonated and nonprotonated Ln−XT species have been found in the solid state and in solution. Reactions of Metal Complexes; Redox Reactions; Solid State; The Periodic Table; Group Nitrogen; Group Oxygen; Solutions and Activities; Theories of Bonding; Vibrational Spectroscopy to Complex Mechanisms; Classifications of Ligands; Classifying Compounds; Macrocyclic and Template Effects; Classifying Complex Mechanisms; Features.

Stability of Transition Metal Complexes (continued, see H&S 3rd Ed.) The ‘chelate effect’: observation that chelating ligands form more stable complexes (higher β values) than do an equivalent number of related monodentate ligands Eg. Ion L Complex log β Cu2+ NH 3 [Cu(NH3)4] 2+ Cu2+ en [Cu(en) 2] 2+ Ni2+ NH 3 [Ni(NH3)6.

Metal complexes consist of a central metal atom or ion surrounded by several atoms, ions or molecules, called ligands. Ligands are ions or molecules that can have an independent existence, and are attached to the central metal atom or ion. Examples of ligands are. The first to provide systematically organized information on all three important aspects of artificial receptor design, this book brings together knowledge on an exceptionally hot and multidisciplinary field of research.

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A complex ion has a metal ion at its center with a number of other molecules or ions surrounding it. These can be considered to be attached to the central ion by coordinate (dative covalent) bonds (in some cases, the bonding is actually more complicated than that.

The molecules or ions surrounding the central metal ion are called ligands. Overview of Transition Metal Complexes. coordinate covalent or dative bond applies bases are called LIGANDS—all serve as σ-donors some are π-donors as well, and some are π-acceptors 3.

Specific coordination number and geometries depend on metal and number of d-electrons 4. HSAB theory useful. One‐electron reduction of the rhodium complex 1 has resulted in the first successful conversion of a discrete metal–metal bonded “dimer” into a one‐dimensional polymer (2).The doped material 2 (depicted on the right) differs significantly from the well‐known tetracyanoplatinates in that the metal backbone is cationic.

In addition, there is the possibility of fine‐tuning the. These complexes are formed by Se/Te addition to the unbridged Co Sn bond of 3 at room temperature. Compounds 1 and 2 are the first defined molecular complex compounds that contain the typical semiconductor combination Sn/E (E = Se, Te) and a ferromagnetic metal, and thus they could be of interest for applications in materials science.

Thermal stabilities were investigated for some of the complexes. The solid complexes were stable at room temperature and decompose gradually with the formation of respective metal oxides above °C.

The nature of proposed chemical change with temperature and the percent of metal. Molecular dynamics simulations on symmetrical calix[4]tubes with a series of different metal ions, while confirming the high potassium selectivity, have shown that once the ion enters the tube at the upper rim of one calix[4]arene, an intermediate complex with C 2v symmetry was formed by cation–π-interaction with the aromatic rings.

Subsequently, the ion moves to the center. Inorganic chemistry deals with synthesis and behavior of inorganic and organometallic compounds. This field covers all chemical compounds except the myriad of organic compounds (carbon-based compounds, usually containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of organic distinction between the two disciplines is far from absolute, as there is much overlap in the subdiscipline of.

Stability of metal complexes 1. NAM DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY SCSVMV 2. DEFINING STABILITY The statement that a complex is stable is rather loose and misleading very often. It means that a complex exists and under suitable and required conditions it can be stored for a long time.

But this cannot be generalized to all complexes. One particular complex. A new Schiff base and a new series of Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II), Cd(II), and Hg(II) complexes were synthesized by the condensation of naphthofurancarbohydrazide and diacetylmonoxime.

Metal complexes of the Schiff base were prepared from their chloride salts of Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II), Cd(II), and Hg(II) in ethanol. The ligand along with its metal complexes have been characterized on the basis.

For each of the following metal complexes determine: The oxidation state of the metal center in the complex, State the number of electrons donated by each ligand, Determine the total number of valance electrons on the metal center including those from both the metal and ligand, Name the coordination geometry of the complex and draw the complex, if not shown already RhCI_3 PdCl_2(PPh_3)_2.

The formation constants of some other complexes are given in a table form on the right. Although only three metal ions are involved, the complexes are formed by five ligands, and the overall formation constants range from e7 to e The complexes are stereochemically rigid on the NMR scale with solution structure approximating the known solid-state structure of Yb(HBPz/sub 3/)/sub 3/.

The molecules have C/sub s/ symmetry in solution, and accordingly, the ytterbium complex gives rise to 21, 18, and 3 well-separated and lanthanide-shifted resonances in the /sup 1/H, /sup With the 7th Edition of Analytical Chemistry renowned chemists, Purnendu (Sandy) Dasgupta and Kevin Schug, both of the University of Texas Arlington, join the author team.

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A coordination complex consists of a central atom or ion, which is usually metallic and is called the coordination centre, and a surrounding array of bound molecules or ions, that are in turn known as ligands or complexing agents.

Many metal-containing compounds, especially those of transition metals, are coordination complexes. A coordination complex whose centre is a metal atom is called a.

Synthesis of metal (II) chloride and acetate complexes. In a representative preparation, the complex was prepared by the addition of ethanolic solution of metal (II) chloride or aqueous ethanolic solution of metal (II) acetates ( mol) with constant stirring to the corresponding amount of the ligand ( mol) in the same solvent.

Purchase Metal Complexes - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThe field of the coordination chemistry compiles a broad range of interactions, from classical Werner transition metal complexes, clusters, and organometallics, to host-guest complexes and supramolecular complexes (e.g., crown ethers or cryptands).

Usually, in most of the examples found in the literature, benzimidazole derivatives are. The molar conductances for the complexes, measured in DMF and acetonitrile solutions, presented in Table 2 indicate that all complexes behave as electrolytes (except CdI 2 complex which has ionic ratio).

Magnetic data of the complexes differ from the normal behavior of the d 10 metal ions, Zn(II), Cd(II) and Hg(II), which are probably. Ternary complexes of iron(III)‐glycine(Gly)‐nitrilotriacetate (NTA) system determined by electrochemical measurements of the dissolved iron(III)‐Gly‐NTA mixed ligand system in the moldm–3 NaClO4 aqueous solution at pH = ± and 25 ± 1°C.

The coordination number of Fe in Fe(EDTA)‐L is seven in coordinate complex, where L can be a DNA constituent like uracil, uridine. Complexes such as Cu(NH 3) 6 2+ have been known and studied since the mid-nineteenth century.

and their structures had been mostly worked out by Although the hybrid orbital model was able to explain how neutral molecules such as water or ammonia could bond to a transition metal ion, it failed to explain many of the special properties of these complexes.

Metal + Ligand = Complex Defined by formation constant, K EDTA In Solution 4. 11/15/ 3 pH Dependence of EDTA Formation Constant state 3.

Must bind less strongly than the complexing agent (EDTA) EDTA titration techniques: READ this section carefully. • Direct titration. complex solid phases associated with elemental boron and some of the other borides. This book has been reviewed in about ten different journals and magazines and, without exception, this chapter by Hoard and Hughes has been singled out as a major and outstanding feature of the book.

Thermal Decomposition Studies. Thermal stabilities were investigated for some of the complexes. The solid complexes were stable at room temperature and decompose gradually with the formation of respective metal oxides above [degrees]C.Thin-films with different thicknesses for quenching studies in solid state were prepared via spin-coating (home-made spin-coater; spin-rate of rpm) from appropriate solutions of fluorophores in CHCl 3 on quartz substrates (4 cm × cm), followed by vacuum drying for 1 h before use.