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Accessibility and selective stabilization of the principal spin states of iron by pyridyl versus phenolic ketimines : modulation of the {^6}A_{1}\leftrightarrow{^2}T_{2} ground-state transformation of the [FeN_{4}O_{2}]^{+} chromophore

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dc.contributor.author Shongwe, Musa S. pl
dc.contributor.author Al-Zaabi, Usama pl
dc.contributor.author Al-Mjeni, Faizah pl
dc.contributor.author Eribal, Carla S. pl
dc.contributor.author Sinn, Ekkehard pl
dc.contributor.author Al-Omari, Imaddin A. pl
dc.contributor.author Hamdeh, Hussein H. pl
dc.contributor.author Matoga, Dariusz [SAP11018140] pl
dc.contributor.author Adams, Harry pl
dc.contributor.author Morris, Michael J. pl
dc.contributor.author Rheingold, Arnold L. pl
dc.contributor.author Bill, Eckhard pl
dc.contributor.author Sellmyer, David J. pl
dc.date.accessioned 2015-09-21T13:35:46Z
dc.date.available 2015-09-21T13:35:46Z
dc.date.issued 2012 pl
dc.identifier.issn 0020-1669 pl
dc.identifier.uri http://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/15727
dc.language eng pl
dc.title Accessibility and selective stabilization of the principal spin states of iron by pyridyl versus phenolic ketimines : modulation of the {^6}A_{1}\leftrightarrow{^2}T_{2} ground-state transformation of the [FeN_{4}O_{2}]^{+} chromophore pl
dc.type JournalArticle pl
dc.description.physical 8241-8253 pl
dc.abstract.en Several potentially tridentate pyridyl and phenolic Schi ff bases (apRen and HhapRen, respectively) were derived from the condensation reactions of 2- acetylpyridine (ap) and 2 ′ -hydroxyacetophenone (Hhap), respectively, with N -R-ethylenediamine (RNHCH 2 CH 2 NH 2 , Ren; R = H, Me or Et) and complexed in situ with iron(II) or iron(III), as dictated by the nature of the ligand donor set, to generate the six-coordinate iron compounds [Fe II (apRen) 2 ]X 2 (R = H, Me; X − = ClO 4 − , BPh 4 − ,PF 6 − ) and [Fe III (hapRen) 2 ]X (R = Me, Et; X − = ClO 4 − , BPh 4 − ). Single-crystal X-ray analyses of [Fe II (apRen) 2 ](ClO 4 ) 2 (R = H, Me) revealed a pseudo-octahedral geometry about the ferrous ion with the Fe II − N bond distances (1.896 − 2.041 Å) pointing to the 1 A 1 (d π 6 ) ground state; the existence of this spin state was corroborated by magnetic susceptibility measurements and Mo ssbauer spectroscopy. In contrast, the X-ray structure of the phenolate complex [Fe III (hapMen) 2 ]ClO 4 , determined at 100 K, demonstrated stabilization of the ferric state; the compression of the coordinate bonds at the metal center is in accord with the 2 T 2 (d π 5 ) ground state. Magnetic susceptibility measurements along with EPR and Mo ssbauer spectroscopic techniques have shown that the iron(III) complexes are spin-crossover (SCO) materials. The spin transition within the [Fe III N 4 O 2 ] + chromophore was modulated with alkyl substituents to a ff ord two-step and one-step 6 A 1 ↔ 2 T 2 transformations in [Fe III (hapMen) 2 ]ClO 4 and [Fe III (hapEen) 2 ]ClO 4 , respectively. Previously, none of the X-salRen- and X- sal 2 trien-based ferric spin-crossover compounds exhibited a stepwise transition. The optical spectra of the LS iron(II) and SCO iron(III) complexes display intense d π → p π * and p π → d π CT visible absorptions, respectively, which account for the spectacular color di ff erences. All the complexes are redox-active; as expected, the one-electron oxidative process in the divalent compounds occurs at higher redox potentials than does the reverse process in the trivalent compounds. The cyclic voltammograms of the latter compounds reveal irreversible electrochemical generation of the phenoxyl radical. Finally, the H 2 salen-type quadridentate ketimine H 2 hapen complexed with an equivalent amount of iron(III) to a ff ord the μ -oxo-monobridged dinuclear complex [{Fe III (hapen)} 2 ( μ -O)] exhibiting a distorted square-pyramidal geometry at the metal centers and considerable antiferromagnetic coupling of spins ( J ≈− 99 cm − 1 ). pl
dc.description.volume 51 pl
dc.description.number 15 pl
dc.description.points 40 pl
dc.identifier.doi 10.1021/ic300732r pl
dc.identifier.eissn 1520-510X pl
dc.title.journal Inorganic Chemistry pl
dc.language.container eng pl
dc.affiliation Wydział Chemii : Zakład Chemii Nieorganicznej pl
dc.subtype Article pl
dc.rights.original bez licencji pl
.pointsMNiSW [2012 A]: 40

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