New Pd(II) and Pt(II) 3,6-bis(2′-pyridyl)pyridazine (dppn) mononuclear complexes of the type M(dppn)Cl2 were prepared and characterized. From M(dppn)Cl2, the bimetallic homonuclear complexes M(dppn)MCl4 were prepared by reaction with Pd(PhCN)2Cl2 or K2PtCl4. Bimetallic heteronuclear species of the type M(dppn)M′Cl4, were prepared reacting the mononuclear complexes with the stoichiometric amount of M′Cl2 (M′ = Cu, Co, Ni). All the described reaction give product in high yield. The isolated compounds, almost completely insoluble in most organic solvents, were characterized by elemental analysis, IR, ESR, reflectance spectra, and magnetic moment measurements. On the basis of these data the geometries around the metals are discussed.

3,6-BIS(2'-PYRIDYL)PYRIDAZINE DINUCLEAR COMPLEXES - PALLADIUM(II), PLATINUM(II) AND 1ST ROW TRANSITION METAL(II) MIXED COMPLEXES / M. GHEDINI, F. NEVE, F. MORAZZONI, C. OLIVA. - In: POLYHEDRON. - ISSN 0277-5387. - 4:3(1985), pp. 497-503.

3,6-BIS(2'-PYRIDYL)PYRIDAZINE DINUCLEAR COMPLEXES - PALLADIUM(II), PLATINUM(II) AND 1ST ROW TRANSITION METAL(II) MIXED COMPLEXES

C. OLIVA
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1985

Abstract

New Pd(II) and Pt(II) 3,6-bis(2′-pyridyl)pyridazine (dppn) mononuclear complexes of the type M(dppn)Cl2 were prepared and characterized. From M(dppn)Cl2, the bimetallic homonuclear complexes M(dppn)MCl4 were prepared by reaction with Pd(PhCN)2Cl2 or K2PtCl4. Bimetallic heteronuclear species of the type M(dppn)M′Cl4, were prepared reacting the mononuclear complexes with the stoichiometric amount of M′Cl2 (M′ = Cu, Co, Ni). All the described reaction give product in high yield. The isolated compounds, almost completely insoluble in most organic solvents, were characterized by elemental analysis, IR, ESR, reflectance spectra, and magnetic moment measurements. On the basis of these data the geometries around the metals are discussed.
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