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Title: Dinuclear cobalt(III) and mixed valence trinuclear Mn-III-Mn-II-Mn-III complexes with a tripodal bridging pyridylaminophenol ligand
Author: Davila, Ruben
Farias, Nicolas
Sañudo Zotes, Eva Carolina
Vega, Andres
Escuer Fité, Albert
Soler, Monica
Manzur, Jorge
Keywords: Lligands
Radicals (Química)
Radicals (Chemistry)
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2016
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Abstract: A dinuclear cobalt(II), [Co2(kappa(4)-O,O', N,N'-L)(2)(mu-O,O'-HCOO)](ClO4)center dot(C2H5)(2)O (1) and a linear mixed valence trinuclear manganese, [Mn-3(kappa(4)-O,O', N,N'-L)(2)(mu-CH3O)(2)(mu-O,O'-CH3COO)(2)]center dot 2(C2H5)(2)O (2) complexes with the ligand N-(2-pyridyl-methyl)-N, N-bis-[2'-hydroxy-5'-methyl-benzyl]-amine (H2L) are reported. For both complexes the ligand is present in the deprotonated form. The coordination sphere of the cobalt centres can be described as slightly distorted octahedral with two bridging O-phenoxo, one N-pyridine, one N-amine, one terminal O-phenoxo and one bridging O-formate donor atoms. Interestingly, the bridging formate resulted from the aerial oxidation of methanol. The manganese complex (2) has a linear mixed valence Mn-III-Mn-II-Mn-III, with the Mn-II and Mn-III centres bridged by alkoxo, carboxylate and phenoxo groups. Cyclic voltammetry studies show both metal and ligand centred redox processes consistent with the structure of the complexes. Complex (2) has an S = 3/2 ground state; magnetic susceptibility measurements indicate a weak antiferromagnetic interaction. The best fit of the magnetic susceptibility data as a function of temperature was obtained using a conventional trinuclear linear model [H = -2J(S1S2 + S1S3)] with J = -0.79 cm(-1) and g = 1.99.
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It is part of: New Journal of Chemistry, 2016, vol. 40, num. 7, p. 6164-6170
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ISSN: 1144-0546
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