Copper(II) complexes of the bidentate chelate di(2-pyridyl) sulphide
R Driver and WR Walker
Australian Journal of Chemistry
21(2) 331 - 337
Copper(11) complexes containing the chelate di(2-pyridyl) sulphide (dps) are described for the first time. They include (i) mono complexes of the type Cu dpsX2 (X = Cl, Br, NO2, and 2X = SO4); (ii) five-coordinate bis complexes of the type [CuX dps2]ClO4 (X = Cl, Br, SCS, and NO,); and (iii) the bis complex Cu dps,-(ClO4)2,H2O. Attempts to prepare the compound with X = I yielded the yellow copper(1) complex Cu dpsI. These compounds have been investigated by physicochemical methods and are discussed in the light of known copper(11) complexes containing nitrogen chelates.
Full text doi:10.1071/CH9680331
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