cg034011q_si_001.cif (158.35 kB)

Supramolecular Design of Coordination Complexes of Silver(I) with Polyimine Ligands:  Synthesis, Materials Characterization, and Structure of New Polymeric and Oligomeric Materials

Download (158.35 kB)
posted on 25.02.2003, 00:00 by Goutam Kumar Patra, Israel Goldberg
A series of new coordination polymers and oligomers of polyimine ligands with silver(I) ions have been synthesized and characterized by single-crystal X-ray diffraction studies, elemental analysis, IR, UV−Vis, and NMR spectroscopy. They represent discrete dinuclear Ag(I) complexes, one-dimensional polymers, and two-dimensional polymeric assemblies, depending on the chosen type, functionality, and denticity of the bridging ligands. Trigonal, tetrahedral, and pseudo-tetrahedral, as well as the more common linear coordination motifs of the silver(I) ions, have been observed, demonstrating the high versatility in the supramolecular design of such hybrid organic−inorganic materials.