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|Title:||Synthesis and characterization of cobalt(II), nickel(II), copper(II), zinc(II) and cadmium(II) complexes of quinoline-8- sulphinic acid|
|Abstract:||Quinoline-8-sulphinic acid (QNSOOH) acts as an ambidentate ligand coordinating through different modes with various transition metal(II) ions. Copper(II) forms a dimer, CU2(QNSOO)2CI2.4H2O,with sulphinato-N, S at pH1 and a monomer, Cu(QNSOO)2.2H2O, with sulphinato-N, O at pH 3. NickeI(II) forms a high spin octahedral sulphinato-N, S complex, while cobaIt(II) forms a low spin octahedral sulphinato-N, S complex. Zinc(II) forms sulphinato-N, O complex and cadmium(II) due to the ‘proximity effect’ forms only sulphinato-O, O complex. All these sulphinato complexes are characterisea with the help of elemental analysis, magnetic moment, conductivity measurement, molecular weight determination, IR and electronic spectra.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-A Vol.34A(05) [May 1995]|
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