One-dimensional magnetism and crystal structure ofcatena-di-bromobis(3,5-dimethylpyridine)copper(II)
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Crystals ofcatena-di-μ-bromobis(3,5-dimethylpyridine)copper(II) are monoclinic, space group P21/a. The unit cell constants area=13.900(2),b=14.416(2),c=4.097(1) Å,β=93.49(2)°, V=819.4 Å3 and Z=2. The structure was determined from powder data using a Guinier-Johansson focussing powder camera. The structure was solved using a simplex method for function minimization to a conventional R-value of 0.13.
The structure consists of infinite linear chains parallel toc in which the copper coordination is distorted elongated octahedral. Cu-Br distances were found to be 2.449(7) and 3.286(7) Å, whereas the Cu-N bond length is 2.02(2) Å. All distances are in the range usually observed for this type of compounds.
The antiferromagnetic superexchange interactions between adjacent CuII ions (J = −21 cm−1) has been compared with those observed in structural similar CuBr2L2 compounds. The differences in observed J-values are discussed briefly, in relation to the structural variations. It appears that very small changes in structural parameters strongly affect the magnetic exchange.
KeywordsLinear Chain Simplex Method Function Minimization Cell Constant Magnetic Exchange
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