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Thermodynamic, Spectroscopic, and Structural Studies of Complexation of Phenol- and Pyridine-Armed Macrocyclic Ligands with Univalent Metal Ions

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posted on 04.06.1997 by Xian Xin Zhang, Andrei V. Bordunov, Xiaolan Kou, N. Kent Dalley, Reed M. Izatt, John H. Mangum, Du Li, Jerald S. Bradshaw, Paul C. Hellier
Log K, ΔH, and ΔS values for interactions of a series of pyridinoazacrown ethers each bearing a phenol arm (26) and two macrocycles each bearing a pyridine arm (7, 8) with Na+, K+, Tl+, and Ag+ have been determined in absolute methanol at 25 °C by calorimetric titration. In each case, the complex stability has the sequence Na+ < K+ < Tl+ ≪ Ag+. The phenol-armed macrocycles exhibit selectivity of more than 4 orders of magnitude for Ag+ over Na+, K+, and Tl+. Attachment of a pendant phenol arm having various substituents to parent macrocycle 1 increases the binding abilities of the resulting ligands. Substituents on the para position of the phenol arm have an appreciable effect on cation-binding constants. Good Hammett correlations are found by plotting log K values vs σp for interactions of five phenol-armed macrocyclic ligands (26) with Na+, K+, and Tl+. The complexation has been characterized by means of 1H NMR and UV−visible spectroscopic, and X-ray crystallographic methods. The crystal data for Na+3:  formula, [Na(C23H28.5N3O5)](ClO4)0.5; space group, P1̄; a = 9.400(9) Å, b = 11.467(10) Å, c = 12.281(11) Å, α = 77.22(7)°, β = 87.73(7)°, γ = 86.39(7)°, V = 1288(2) Å3, and Z = 2. The study indicates that the phenol OH group of 26 is capable of forming an intramolecular hydrogen bond with the macroring nitrogen atom and that the complexation in absolute methanol generally does not deprotonate these phenols. In the crystal structure of the Na+3 complex, the Na+ is coordinated to all seven of the donor atoms of the ligand and two Na+3 complexes join together to form a dimer. The dimer contains an intermolecular hydrogen bond formed between the phenol hydrogen atom of one ligand and the phenolate group of a centrosymmetrically related ligand and two π−π stacking interactions between the electron-deficient pyridine ring of one molecule and the electron-rich phenol ring of the other.

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