Synthesis and characterization of hetero-trinuclear metal complexes supported by bisglyoximato ligandsAmerican Chemical Society 241st National Meeting (2011)
Transition metal bisglyoxime complexes have been used as precursors for the synthesis of trinuclear species. Reactions with aluminum alkyl complexes supported by multidentate bisphenoxide ligands allow for bridging of the two glyoximato units via O-Al bonds. The coordination chemistry of the nitrogen-bound transition metal is affected by the aluminum linkers. Depending on the steric bulk of the aluminum ligands the geometry of the central metal varies from trigonal prismatic to pseudo-octahedral. The effect of the peripheral phenoxide ligands on the chemistry of the central metal will be discussed.
- Coordination chemistry
Publication DateMarch, 2011
Citation InformationPaul Kelley, Madalyn R. Radlauer and Theodor Agapie. "Synthesis and characterization of hetero-trinuclear metal complexes supported by bisglyoximato ligands" American Chemical Society 241st National Meeting (2011)
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