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Volume 2007 |Article ID 028508 | https://doi.org/10.1155/2007/28508

Constantinos J. Milios, Catherine P. Raptopoulou, Aris Terzis, Spyros P. Perlepes, Giannis S. Papaefstathiou, "A Mononuclear and a Mixed-Valence Chain Polymer Arising from Copper(II) Halide Chemistry and the Use of 2,2'-Pyridil", Bioinorganic Chemistry and Applications, vol. 2007, Article ID 028508, 6 pages, 2007. https://doi.org/10.1155/2007/28508

A Mononuclear and a Mixed-Valence Chain Polymer Arising from Copper(II) Halide Chemistry and the Use of 2,2'-Pyridil

Academic Editor: Jean Pierre Tuchagues
Received14 Feb 2007
Accepted14 Apr 2007
Published15 Jul 2007

Abstract

Reactions of 2,2'-pyridil (pyCOCOpy) with CuCl22H2O and CuBr2 in EtOH yielded the mononuclear complex [Cu(pyCOOEt)2Cl2]H2O (1) and the one-dimensional, mixed-valence complex [Cu2ICuII(pyCOOEt)2Br4]n (2), respectively. Both complexes crystallize in the triclinic space group P 1¯. The lattice constants are a=8.382(2), b=9.778(2), c=7.814(2), α=101.17(1), β=114.55(1), γ=94.14(1) for 1 and a=8.738(1), b=9.375(2), c=7.966(1), α=79.09(1), β=64.25(1), γ=81.78(1) for 2. 2,2'-pyridil undergoes a metal-assisted alcoholysis and oxidation leading to decomposition and yielding the ethyl picolinate (pyCOOEt) ligand. The autoredox process associated with the reduction of copper(II) to copper(I) in the case of complex 2 is discussed in terms of the increased redox activity of the copper(II) bromide system relative to the copper(II) chloride system.

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