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Title: Stabilization of {runo}(6) and {runo}(7) states in [ru(ii)(trpy)(bik)(no)](n+) {trpy=2,2 ':6 ',2 ''-terpyridine, bik=2,2 '-bis(1-methylimidazolyl) ketone} - formation, reactivity, and photorelease of metal-bound nitrosyl
Authors: DE, P
SARKAR, B
MAJI, S
DAS, AK
BULAK, E
MOBIN, SM
KAIM, W
LAHIRI, GK
Keywords: ruthenium
nitrosyl
n,o ligands
redox chemistry
epr spectroscopy
photolysis
radicals
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH
Citation: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY,(18)2702-2710
Abstract: Ruthenium nitrosyl complexes have been isolated in the {RuNO}(6) and {RuNO}(7) configurations, employing the following reaction pathway for [Ru(trpy)(bik)(X)](n+): X = Cl(-), [1](ClO(4)) -> X = CH(3)CN, [2](ClO(4))(2) -> X = NO(2)(-), [3](ClO(4)) -> X = NO(+), [4](ClO(4))(3) -> X = NO(center dot), [4](ClO(4))(2). The single- crystal X-ray structures of [1](ClO(4))center dot(C(6)H(6))center dot H(2)O, [2](ClO(4))(2)center dot H(2)O, and [3](ClO(4))center dot H(2)O have been determined. The successive NO(+)/NO(-) (reversible) and NO(center dot)/NO(-) (irreversible) reduction processes of [4](3+) appear at +0.36 and -0.40 V vs. SCE, respectively. While the nu(C=O) frequency of the bik ligand at about 1630 cm(-1) is largely invariant on complexation and reduction, the nu(NO) frequency for the (RuNO)(6) state in [4](3+) at 1950 cm(-1) shifts to about 1640 cm(-1) on one-electron reduction to the {RuNO}(7) form in [4](2+), reflecting the predominant NO(+)-> NO(center dot) character of this electron transfer. However, a sizeable contribution from ruthenium with its high spin-orbit coupling constant to the singly occupied molecular or bital (SOMO) is apparent from the enhanced g anisotropy in the EPR spectrum [4](2+) (g(1) = 2.015, g(2) = 1.995, g(3) = 1.881; g(av) = 1.965; Delta g = 0.134). The {RuNO}(6) unit in [4](3+) reacts with OH(-) via an associatively activated process (Delta S(#) = -126.5 +/- 2JK(-l) mol(-1)) with a second-order rate constant of k = 3.3 X 10(-2) M(-1) s(-1), leading to the corresponding nitro complex [3](+). On exposure to light both {RuNO}(6) and {RuNO}(7) in [4](3+) and [4](2+) undergo Ru-NO photocleavage in CH(3)CN via the formation of [Ru(trpy)(bik)(CH(3)CN)](2+), [2](2+). The rate of photocleavage of the Ru(II)-NO(+) bond in [4](3+) (k(NO), 8.57 x 10(-1) s(-1), t(1/2) = 0-80 s) is found to be much faster than that of the Ru(II)-NO(center dot) bond in [4](2+), [k(NO center dot), 5.45 x 10 s(-1), t(1/2) = 21.2 min (= 1272 s)]. The photoreleased nitrosyl can be trapped as an Mb-NO adduct. ((C) Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, 69451 Weinheim, Germany, 2009)
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ejic.200900021
http://dspace.library.iitb.ac.in/xmlui/handle/10054/13837
http://hdl.handle.net/100/3043
ISSN: 1434-1948
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