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Title: Mixed-ligand hydrazonato-oxovanadium(V) complexes incorporating salicylaldehyde as co-ligand
Authors: Ghosh, Tapas
Mondal, Bipul
Issue Date: Mar-2008
Publisher: CSIR
IPC CodeInt. Cl. ⁸ C07F9/00
Abstract: [VIVO(acac)2] reacts with an equimolar amount of tridentate dibasic ONO donor hydrazone ligand derived from the condensation of benzoyl hydrazine with either 2-hydroxyacetophenone (H₂L¹) or its para-substituted derivatives (H₂L²⁻⁴) (general abbreviation H2L), in the presence of excess amount of salicylaldehyde (Hsal) in methanol under aerobic conditions producing the mixed-ligand [V˅O(L)(sal)], complexes (1)-(4) in good yields. The complexes are diamagnetic indicating the pentavalent state of vanadium and exhibit only LMCT transition band near 440 nm in addition to intra-ligand (π→ π *) transition band near 330 nm in CH₂Cl₂ solution. IR spectra of these complexes in KBr disc and their ¹H NMR spectra in CDCl₃ solution indicate the presence of two isomeric forms for each of these complexes in different proportions. λmax (for the LMCT transition) and redox potentials of these complexes are linearly related to the Hammett constants (σ) of the substituents in the aryloxy ring of the hydrazone ligands.
Page(s): 361-368
ISSN: 0376-4710
Source:IJC-A Vol.47A(03) [March 2008]

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