A new chromogenic agent for iron(III): Synthesis, structure and spectroscopic studies View Full Text


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2010-03

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Chandrama Basu, Santanu Chowdhury, Helen Stoeckli-Evans, Soma Mukherjee

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A heterocyclic hydrazone ligand, diacetyl monoxime-2-pyridyl hydrazone, HL, 1, was investigated as a new chromogenic agent for selective detection of Fe3+. The ligand 1, undergoes 1: 2 complexation with Fe3+ and Ni2+ to form complexes [FeIII(HL)2]Cl3, 1a and [NiII(HL)2]Cl2, 1b respectively. The iron(III) complex 1a gives a characteristic absorption peak at 487 nm with distinct reddish-pink colouration. The change in colour can easily be distinguished from other metal complexes by the naked eye. No obvious interference was observed in presence of other metal ions (Na+, K+, Ca2+, Mg2+, Al3+, Mn2+, Ni2+, Cu2+, Zn2+, Co2+, Pb2+, Hg2+, Cd2+). The bands appearing in the UV region (200–340 nm) are characteristics of the ligand, HL, 1. In the complexes [FeIII(HL)2]Cl3, 1a, and [NiII(HL)2]Cl2, 1b, these ligand centered bands are accompanied by multiple bands extending into the visible region (350–500 nm). The association constants (Kass, UV-Vis) were found to be (6·4865 ± 0·004) × 105 for the complex 1a and (1·1960 ± 0·002) × 105 for the complex 1b at 298 K determined by the UV-Vis spectroscopy. On excitation at 285 nm, the ligand HL, 1 strongly emits at 364 nm due to an intraligand1(π − π*) transition. The complexes are luminescent (λex 285 nm, λem 365 nm) with F/F0 0·75 for 1a and 0·81 for 1b. In both the cases, the 1: 2 binding is confirmed by Job’s method. Molecular structure of the complex 1b has been determined by single crystal X-ray diffraction studies. Here, two crystallographically distinct but metrically very similar molecules making an enantiomeric pair constitute the asymmetric unit in which both metal atoms are tris chelated in meridional geometry. More... »

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