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First example of bimetallic complex of platinum(II) with a hybrid organotellurium ligand [(4-MeOC6H4Te)CH2CH2OCH2CH2CH2(2-C5H4N)] (L1) containing 20-membered metallomacrocycle ring: synthesis and crystal structure

First example of bimetallic complex of platinum(II) with a hybrid organotellurium ligand [(4-MeOC6H4Te)CH2CH2OCH2CH2CH2(2-C5H4N)] (L1) containing 20-membered metallomacrocycle ring: synthesis and crystal structure
First example of bimetallic complex of platinum(II) with a hybrid organotellurium ligand [(4-MeOC6H4Te)CH2CH2OCH2CH2CH2(2-C5H4N)] (L1) containing 20-membered metallomacrocycle ring: synthesis and crystal structure
1-(4-Methoxyphenyltelluro)-2-[3-(6 methyl-2 pyridyl)propoxy]ethane (L1) and its complexes [MCl2(L1)]2 (M = Pd or Pt) have been synthesized. The single crystal X-ray diffraction of [PtCl2(L1)]2 · 2CHCl3 shows a bimetallic complex of platinum(II) containing a 20-membered metallomacrocycle ring, which remains stable in solution as shown by molecular weight and conductance measurements. The Pt–Te and Pt–N bond lengths are 2.5409(3) and 2.087(5) Å, respectively. The protons of CH2 linked to Te show a deshielding > 1 ppm on the formation of the two complexes.
platinum, complex, 1-(4-methoxyphenyltelluro)-2-[3-(6 methyl-2 pyridyl)propoxy]-ethane, hybrid organotellurium ligand, crystal structure, synthesis, palladium(ii), diorganotellurides, chloride, nuclear
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Bali, Sumit
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Singh, Ajai K.
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Sharma, Pankaj
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Drake, J.E.
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Hursthouse, M.B.
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Light, M.E.
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Bali, Sumit
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Singh, Ajai K.
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Sharma, Pankaj
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Drake, J.E.
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Hursthouse, M.B.
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Light, M.E.
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Bali, Sumit, Singh, Ajai K., Sharma, Pankaj, Drake, J.E., Hursthouse, M.B. and Light, M.E. (2003) First example of bimetallic complex of platinum(II) with a hybrid organotellurium ligand [(4-MeOC6H4Te)CH2CH2OCH2CH2CH2(2-C5H4N)] (L1) containing 20-membered metallomacrocycle ring: synthesis and crystal structure. Inorganic Chemistry Communications, 6 (11), 1378-1381. (doi:10.1016/j.inoche.2003.08.020).

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1-(4-Methoxyphenyltelluro)-2-[3-(6 methyl-2 pyridyl)propoxy]ethane (L1) and its complexes [MCl2(L1)]2 (M = Pd or Pt) have been synthesized. The single crystal X-ray diffraction of [PtCl2(L1)]2 · 2CHCl3 shows a bimetallic complex of platinum(II) containing a 20-membered metallomacrocycle ring, which remains stable in solution as shown by molecular weight and conductance measurements. The Pt–Te and Pt–N bond lengths are 2.5409(3) and 2.087(5) Å, respectively. The protons of CH2 linked to Te show a deshielding > 1 ppm on the formation of the two complexes.

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Published date: 2003
Keywords: platinum, complex, 1-(4-methoxyphenyltelluro)-2-[3-(6 methyl-2 pyridyl)propoxy]-ethane, hybrid organotellurium ligand, crystal structure, synthesis, palladium(ii), diorganotellurides, chloride, nuclear

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Local EPrints ID: 19887
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/19887
PURE UUID: 796ce234-08e2-4050-83cb-d4a9595ddf06
ORCID for M.E. Light: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0585-0843

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Date deposited: 23 Feb 2006
Last modified: 09 Jan 2022 02:59

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Author: Sumit Bali
Author: Ajai K. Singh
Author: Pankaj Sharma
Author: J.E. Drake
Author: M.B. Hursthouse
Author: M.E. Light ORCID iD

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