A Course in Inorganic Preparations by Henderson W. E.

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402 It self-assembles from reaction of the sodium salt of Hmph with CoCl2 in methanol. 405 The blue crystals obtained are of [Co7(4-O)2(OOCCH3)8(NCO)2(HNPEt3)4]Á2OEt2, where the Co centers are arranged in a {Co(Co)6} octahedron with two 4-oxo ions and four bridging acetates linking the octahedral central Co to the six peripheral Co centers, four of which have a distorted trigonal bipyramidal geometry while the other two adopt tetrahedral coordination. 406 Dehydration at high temperature and low pressure for two days afforded the characteristic color change from light pink to deep blue.

Sexipyridine (38) and higher oligomers. In these cases, pairs of tridentate (terpy-like) chelates are forced to bind separate CoII centers. The introduction of a second bridging bis-tridentate oligopyridine completes the six-coordinate geometry of the two CoII centers. 260 This complex was characterized intact by ESMS, with the anion apparently trapped in the central cavity, a concept supported by the crystal structure of the perchlorate analog (Figure 5). 262 26 Cobalt 1 1a N1s N1 Co1 N2 2a 2 3 N3a N3 4a N4a N4 N5a 4 3a 6a 5a N5 N2s Co2 N7e 6 N6 7a N7 7 Figure 4 Mononuclear quinquepyridine (40 ,4000 -bis(4-chlorophenyl analogue) CoII complex (left, reproduced with permission of the Royal Society of Chemistry from J.

88 A˚ respectively. 227 IR spectroscopy shows clear differences between the coordinated chloride complex and a pyridinium tetrachlorocobaltate(II) species. In a related study, halocobalt(II) complexes of 2-, 3- and 4methylpyridine have been examined,228,229 and molecular mechanics studies supplemented crystal structural studies. A correlation between solid-state structure and thermal properties was defined. In the dibromobis(2-bromopyridine) cobalt(II) complex,230 a slightly distorted tetrahedral geometry was defined by a crystal structure analysis.

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