Synthesis, Characterization, Luminescence, and Electrochemistry of New Tetranuclear Gold(I) Amidinate Clusters: Au4[PhNC(Ph)NPh]4, Au4[PhNC(CH3)NPh]4, and Au4[ArNC(H)NAr]4 View Full Text


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2007-05-09

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Hanan E. Abdou, Ahmed A. Mohamed, John P. Fackler

ABSTRACT

The syntheses and the X-ray structures of the tetranuclear gold(I) benzamidinate, Au4[PhNC(Ph)NPh]4, and the tetranuclear gold(I) acetamidinate, Au4[PhNC(CH3)NPh]4, clusters are reported. The clusters are produced by the reaction of the sodium salt of an amidine ligand with the gold precursor Au(THT)Cl in a (1:1) stoichiometry. The average Au...Au distance between adjacent Au(I) atoms is ∼2.9 Å, typical of compounds having an aurophilic interaction. The four gold atoms are arranged in a square (Au...Au...Au... = 88–91°) in the acetamidinate and in a distorted square (Au...Au...Au... = 82–97°) in the benzamidinate derivative. Electrochemical oxidation of the tetranuclear complex Au4[PhNC(Ph)NPh]4 show three reversible waves at 0.87, 1.19, 1.42 V vs. Ag/AgCl at a scan rate of 100 mV/s in CH2Cl2 similar to the three reversible waves seen before from the tetranuclear complexes Au4[ArNC(H)NAr]4, Ar = C6H4-4-OMe, Ar = C6H4-4-Me, and Ar = C6H3-3,5-Cl. A summary of the chemistry of the tetranuclear Au(I) amidinate complexes Au4[ArNC(H)NAr]4, Ar = C6H4-4-OMe, C6H3-3,5-Cl, C6H4-4-Me, C6H4-3-CF3, C6F5, C10H7 also is presented. The tetranuclear clusters Au4[ArNC(H)NAr]4, Ar = C6H4-4-OMe, Ar = C6H4-3-CF3, Ar = C6H4-4-Me and Ar = C6H4-3,5-Cl are the first tetranuclear gold(I) cluster species from group 11 elements to show fluorescence at room temperature. The lifetimes of the naphthyl and trifluoromethylphenyl complexes are in the millisecond range indicating phosphorescent processes. Recently it has been shown that Au4[ArNC(H)NAr]4 are very effective catalysts upon calcination for room temperature CO oxidation. More... »

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