Technetium(I) Carbonyl Dithiocarbamates and Xanthates
datasetposted on 07.02.2011 by A. E. Miroslavov, G. V. Sidorenko, D. N. Suglobov, A. A. Lumpov, V. V. Gurzhiy, M. S. Grigor’ev, V. A. Mikhalev
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Technetium(I) tetracarbonyl complexes with diethyldithiocarbamate and methylxanthate ligands [TcL(CO)4] (L = S2CNEt2 and S2COMe) were prepared. Conditions required for the formation of these complexes were found. The crystal and molecular structure of the xanthate complex was determined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction. [Tc(S2CNEt2)(CO)4] undergoes decarbonylation both in solution and in the course of vacuum sublimation with the formation of a dimer [Tc(S2CNEt2)(CO)3]2 whose structure was determined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction. In donor solvents, [Tc(S2CNEt2)(CO)4] and [Tc(S2COMe)(CO)4] undergo decarbonylation with the formation of tricarbonyl solvates [TcL(CO)3(Sol)]. The crystal structure of the pyridine solvate [Tc(S2CNEt2)(CO)3(py)], chosen as an example, was determined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction. The possibility of using bidentate S-donor acidic ligands for tethering the tetracarbonyltechnetium fragment to biomolecules was examined.