Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/35015
標題: Synthesis, structure, magnetism, and electrochemical properties of a linear pentanuclear Ni5 compound derived from an oligo--pyridylamino ligand: Ni5(-dmpdda)4(NCS)2
作者: Yin, C.X.
葉鎮宇
Su, J.
Huo, F.J.
Ismayilov, R.H.
Wang, W.Z.
Lee, G.H.
Yeh, C.Y.
Peng, S.M.
關鍵字: Ni5(-dmpdda)4(NCS)2;Magnetism;Electrochemical;Structure;metal string complexes;crystal-structure;trichromium chains;tetrapyridyltriamine;bonds;wires;atoms
Project: Journal of Coordination Chemistry
期刊/報告no:: Journal of Coordination Chemistry, Volume 62, Issue 18, Page(s) 2974-2982.
摘要: 
The synthesis, crystal structures, electrochemical, and magnetic properties of a linear pentanuclear Ni5 compound derived from an oligo--pyridylamino ligand, [Ni5(-dmpdda)4(NCS)2] [dmpdda-H2 = N,N'-di(4-methylpyridin-2-yl)pyridine-2,6-diamine], are reported. Ni5(-dmpdda)4(NCS)2 involve a Ni5 linear chain unit with all of the Ni-Ni-Ni angles being nearly 180 degrees, terminated by two axial ligands. The pentanuclear linear metal chain is helically wrapped by four syn-syn-syn-syn type dmpdda2- ligands. There are two types of Ni-Ni distances in this complex. Terminal Ni-Ni distances bonded with the axial ligand are longer (2.377 angstrom); the inner Ni-Ni distances are short at 2.2968 angstrom. Terminal Ni(II) ions bonded with the axial ligands are square-pyramidal (NiN4NCS) with long Ni-N bonds (2.092 angstrom), consistent with a high-spin Ni(II) configuration. The inner three Ni(II) ions have short Ni-N (1.901-1.925 angstrom) bond distances, consistent with a square planar (NiN4), diamagnetic arrangement of a low-spin Ni(II) configuration. This compound exhibits magnetic behavior similar to [Ni5(-tpda)4(NCS)2], indicating an antiferromagnetic interaction of two terminal high-spin Ni(II) ions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/35015
ISSN: 0095-8972
DOI: 10.1080/00958970902988837
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