Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry Vol. 3: Main Group and by Geoffrey Wilkinson, Jon A. McCleverty, Robert D. Gillard

By Geoffrey Wilkinson, Jon A. McCleverty, Robert D. Gillard

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Ser. B, 1970, 26, 526. J. P. Roux and G. J. Krugcr, Acru Urysrallogr.. Sect. E , 1976, 32, 1171. P. S. Gentile, M . P. Dinstcin and J. G. White, Inorg. Chirn. Acto. 1976,19, 67. P. S. Gentile, J . White and S. Haddad, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 1975, 13, 149. Phenacyl kojate (13) was found to form crystalline NaX complexes during its preparation in MeOH. PK with CsBr, CsI, RbI, NaNCS, KNCS, RbNCS and CsNCS, and the complexes MX-2PK with NaCl, KCI, RbCl, CsC1, NaBr, KBr, RbBr, NaI and KI. 2PK-2H20186have been solved.

3H20 it was noted that the ethereal oxygen was involved in binding and that there was no effective increase of Ca2+ sequestration on going from oda to e d ~ d a . 1). 2) discussion of complexes containing polycarboxylic species has been limited to the general outline above. Recent developments in the area include the derivation of ligands such as (67)-(69) and their application to complexation. 359 Polyamino polyalkyl phosphonic acids have been investigated as potential complexors for alkaline earth metal complexes.

Glycol-720g have been solved. ) The Sr2+ complexes show the metal to be coordinated by the B 18 Alkali Metals and Group IIA Metals Figure 4 The molecular structure of [K(diglyme)][Ce(cot),] (reproduced with permission from reference 205) eight donors of glyme-8, and one NCS-, and by the seven donors of glyme-7, and two N C S respectively to give nine-coordination in each case with the ligand wrapping around the metal in a helical fashion (Figure 5). In the Ca2+ complex, the five glycol donor atoms, one phenoxide oxygen, one nitro oxygen and a water molecule give a distorted square antiprismatic cation environment.

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