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|Title: ||Synthesis and characterization of vanadyl(IV) complexes of Schiff bases derived from anthranilic acid and salicylaldehyde (or its derivatives) or acetylacetone. Single crystal X-ray structures of the oxidized products|
|Authors: ||ASGEDOM, G|
|Issue Date: ||1997|
|Publisher: ||PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD|
|Citation: ||POLYHEDRON, 16(4), 643-651|
|Abstract: ||Anhydrous, dimeric vanadyl(IV) complexes of Schiff bases derived from [1+1] condensation of salicylaldehyde (or its derivatives) and anthranilic acid, have been synthesized from CH3CN and were characterized by elemental analysis, FTIR, EPR, absorption, TGA, cyclic voltammetry and room temperature magnetic susceptibility measurements. These complexes were found to be oxidized by air in polar solvents like MeOH and DMF to V-V products. The E(1/2) values were found to be around 660 mV indicating that the carboxylate group favours vanadyl(IV) binding when compared to the alkoxo-bound vanadium complexes. Oxidative instability of these complexes are dependent on the substituent on the salicylaldehyde ring and follow an order, 5,6-benzo > H greater than or equal to 3-OMe in MeOH and DMF. Attempted recrystallization of the dimeric vanadyl(IV) complex from pyridine led to products of oxidation, polymerization and loss of Schiff base ligand. Single crystal X-ray diffraction showed the oxidation product to be a decavanadate with the pyridinium counter cation, [C5NH6](6) V10O28 . 2H(2)O. When the dinuclear vanadyl(IV) complex was recrystallized from MeOH, it gave a product of mononuclear carboxylate bound octahedral VO3+ moiety along with the presence of both MeOH and OMe units in the coordination sphere with a formula, VO(L)(OMe)(MeOH), where L = 1+1 Schiff base derived from 5,6-benzosalicylaldehyde and anthranilic acid, as studied through single crystal X-ray diffraction. Copyright (C) 1996|
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