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Title: Structure, and thermal, magnetic and chemical properties of copper(II)iodoacetate monohydrate
Authors: Drew, Michael G B
Clérac, Rodolphe
De, Senjuti
Datta, Dipankar
Issue Date: May-2007
Publisher: CSIR
Series/Report no.: Int. Cl. ⁸ C07F1/08
Abstract: Reaction of iodoacetic acid with cupric carbonate in water in dimmed light yields green Cu(ICH₂COO)₂.H₂O (1). From X-ray crystallography, it is found to be a tetra-acetato bridged copper(II) dimer with the water molecules occupying the apical positions. In thermogravimetry, the coordinated water molecules are lost in the temperature range 50-100ºC. From magnetic susceptibility meas-urements in the temperature range 300-1.8 K, the exchange cou-pling constant J is found to be -142(1) cm⁻¹ and g = 2.18(2) with the spin Hamiltonian H = -2J{SCu₁•SCu₂}. It reacts with 2,2'-bipyridine (bpy) to yield [Cu(bpy)₂I]I. It oxidises thiophenol to Ph-S-S-Ph under dry N₂ atmosphere.Reaction of iodoacetic acid with cupric carbonate in water in dimmed light yields green Cu(ICH₂COO)₂.H₂O (1). From X-ray crystallography, it is found to be a tetra-acetato bridged copper(II) dimer with the water molecules occupying the apical positions. In thermogravimetry, the coordinated water molecules are lost in the temperature range 50-100ºC. From magnetic susceptibility meas-urements in the temperature range 300-1.8 K, the exchange cou-pling constant J is found to be -142(1) cm⁻¹ and g = 2.18(2) with the spin Hamiltonian H = -2J{SCu₁•SCu₂}. It reacts with 2,2'-bipyridine (bpy) to yield [Cu(bpy)₂I]I. It oxidises thiophenol to Ph-S-S-Ph under dry N₂ atmosphere.
Description: 760-763
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1193
ISSN: 0376-4710
Appears in Collections:IJC-A Vol.46A(05) [May 2007]

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