Russian Journal of Coordination Chemistry

, Volume 36, Issue 11, pp 853–858

Synthesis and characterization of a novel complex [Pd(Bipy)2](Bpcc) · 11H2O

Authors

    • Coordination Chemistry LaboratoryShenyang University of Chemical Technology
  • Y. X. Zhang
    • Coordination Chemistry LaboratoryShenyang University of Chemical Technology
  • M. C. Zhu
    • Coordination Chemistry LaboratoryShenyang University of Chemical Technology
  • H. Y. Liu
    • Coordination Chemistry LaboratoryShenyang University of Chemical Technology
  • Y. Huang
    • Coordination Chemistry LaboratoryShenyang University of Chemical Technology
  • M. Zhang
    • Coordination Chemistry LaboratoryShenyang University of Chemical Technology
  • M. Su
    • Coordination Chemistry LaboratoryShenyang University of Chemical Technology
  • M. J. Guo
    • Coordination Chemistry LaboratoryShenyang University of Chemical Technology
  • F. Guan
    • Coordination Chemistry LaboratoryShenyang University of Chemical Technology
  • X. N. Gao
    • Coordination Chemistry LaboratoryShenyang University of Chemical Technology
  • M. L. Wang
    • Coordination Chemistry LaboratoryShenyang University of Chemical Technology
Article

DOI: 10.1134/S1070328410110114

Cite this article as:
Gao, E.J., Zhang, Y.X., Zhu, M.C. et al. Russ J Coord Chem (2010) 36: 853. doi:10.1134/S1070328410110114
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Abstract

The complex [Pd(Bipy)2](Bpcc) · 11H2O has been synthesized and characterized (Bipy = 2,2′-bipyridyl, H2Bpcc = 4,4′-biphenylcarboxylic acid). The supramolecular architecture was constructed through hydrogen bonding and π-π-stacking. The Pd atom is four-coordinated and forms a distorted square geometry. The free H2O molecules form 1D infinite zigzag chains of water cluster, while the water cluster and Bpcc2− form an organic-water framework.

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