Complexes of a bis-bidentate ligand with d10ions: A mononuclear complex with Ag(I), and a tetrahedral cage complex with Zn(II) which encapsulates a fluoroborate anion

R.L. Paul, Z.R. Bell, J.C. Jeffery, L.P. Harding, J.A. McCleverty, M.D. Ward

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Complexes of the bis-bidentate ligand 2,3-bis[{3-(2-pyridyl)-pyrazol-1-yl}methyl]naphthalene (L2) with Ag(I) and Zn(II) have been prepared and structurally characterised. In [Ag(L2)][ClO4] both bidentate pyrazolyl–pyridine arms of L2 interact with the same Ag(I) centre, which has two short AgN bonds and two much longer, weaker interactions such that the coordination is best described as linear and bidentate. In contrast, in [Zn4(L2)6(BF4)][BF4]7 the ligands L2 act as bis-bidentate bridges; the structure consists of a tetrahedral cage of Zn(II) ions with a bridging ligand L2 along each of the six edges. The cavity at the centre of this three-dimensional tetrahedral cage accommodates a tetrafluoroborate anion which is completely encapsulated, and inverted with respect to the Zn4 tetrahedron. The F atoms of this encapsulated anion are involved in close F---HC contacts with parts of the bridging ligands. 11B and 19F NMR spectra show that the encapsulated anion does not exchange with free tetrafluoroborate anions in MeCN solution, even up to 70 °C.

A bridging ligand in which two bidendate pyrazolyl–pyridine units are separated by a 2,3-naphthyl spacer has been used to prepare complexes with the d10 ions Ag(I) and Zn(II). Whereas [Ag(L2)][ClO4] is mononuclear with two short and two long AgN bonds in a near-planar arrangement, [Zn4(L2)6(BF4)][BF4]7 has a tetrahedral cage structure (shown) in which bridging ligand spans each edge of the ZnII4 tetrahedron and a [BF4]− anion is bound in the central cavity. This encapsulated anion dose not exchange with the external anions on the NMR timescale.
LanguageEnglish
Pages781-787
Number of pages7
JournalPolyhedron
Volume22
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2003

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Complexes of a bis-bidentate ligand with d10ions : A mononuclear complex with Ag(I), and a tetrahedral cage complex with Zn(II) which encapsulates a fluoroborate anion. / Paul, R.L.; Bell, Z.R.; Jeffery, J.C.; Harding, L.P.; McCleverty, J.A.; Ward, M.D.

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