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Spectroscopy, electrochemistry, and nucleophilicity of nickel and cobalt complexes of 2-pyridine carboxaldehyde-2-pyridyl hydrazone (papyH)
Inorganica chimica acta (2011)
  • David J R Brook, San Jose State University
  • H N Ly, San Jose State University
  • O Oliverio, San Jose State University
Abstract
Nickel and cobalt complexes of pyridine-2-carboxaldehyde-2′-pyridylhydrazone (papyH) and N-methyl(pyridine-2-carboxaldehyde-2′-pyridyl-hydrazone) (papyMe) have been fully characterized through electrochemistry, titration, and alkylation with methyl iodide and compared with existing data on zinc and iron complexes. Both rate constants for alkylation and ligand pKa depend on the coordinated metal and can be understood based on the influence of d electrons on the ligand molecular orbitals.
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2011
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Citation Information
David J R Brook, H N Ly and O Oliverio. "Spectroscopy, electrochemistry, and nucleophilicity of nickel and cobalt complexes of 2-pyridine carboxaldehyde-2-pyridyl hydrazone (papyH)" Inorganica chimica acta Vol. 378 Iss. 1 (2011)
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