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|Title:||Monooxovanadium(V) mixed ligand complexes of Schiff bases and catecholates: Synthesis, spectral and electrochemical characterization|
|Publisher:||PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD|
|Citation:||POLYHEDRON, 15(21), 3731-3739|
|Abstract:||Mixed ligand, mono oxovanadium(V) complexes of Schiff bases with catechol, p-tertbutylcatechol or pyrogallol have been synthesized and characterized by various spectral techniques, such as FTIR, UV-vis, V-51 NMR and electrochemistry. All of these complexes exhibited a six coordinated VO3+ center. The stability and the conversion of these complexes to pentacoordinated VO2+ species with the loss of a bidentate catecholate ligand in DMSO were demonstrated using absorption, V-51 NMR and electrochemical studies. V-51 NMR studies further suggested the formation of two possible isomers in the case of p-tertbutylcatechol and pyrogallol complexes of VO3+ Electrochemistry of these complexes showed one reversible V(V)/V(IV) couple and another irreversible V(IV)/V(III) response. The mixed ligand, VO3+ complexes are more resistant to reduction as compared to the corresponding tris catecholate complexes. Copyright (C) 1996|
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