Monatshefte für Chemie / Chemical Monthly

, Volume 110, Issue 3, pp 663–676 | Cite as

Thiosemicarbazide und Thiosemicarbazone als Liganden III. Tetragonale Kobalt(II)-Komplexe mit 4-Benzylamidothiosemicarbazid und 1-(α-) Furyl-4-benzylamidothiosemicarbazon

  • M. C. Jain
  • P. C. Jain
Anorganische, Struktur- und Physikalische Chemie

Zusammenfassung

Es wurden eine Anzahl von neuen Kobalt(II)-Komplexen von 4-Benzylamidothiosemicarbazid (BTSC) und 1-(α-)Furyl-4-benzylamidothiosemicarbazon (FBTS) von der allgemeinen Zusammensetzung CoL2X2 (L=BTSC, FBTS;X=Cl, Br, I, NO3 and NCS) synthetisiert. Die Untersuchugen erfolgten mittels Elementaranalyse, magnetischer Messungen, Elektronenanregungsspektroskopie und IR-Spektroskopie (einschließlich des fernen IR); aus diesen Messungen ließ sich eine im wesentlichen tetragonale Symmetrie für alle Komplexe dieser Reihe ableiten.

Ligational behaviour of thiosemicarbazide and thiosemicarbazone-(III): Tetragonal complexes of cobalt(II) derived from 4-benzylamidothiosemicarbazide and 1-(α-) furyl-4-benzylamidothiosemicarbazone

Abstract

A number of new complexes of cobalt(II) have been prepared with 4-benzylamidothiosemicarbazide (BTSC) and 1-(α-)furyl-4-benzylamidothiosemicarbazone (FBTS) which conform to the general formula CoL2X2 (whereL=BTSC andFBTS andX=Cl, Br, I, NO3 and NCS). These have been characterized by chemical analyses and physical measurements. The tetragonal symmetry has been proposed on the basis of electronic spectral studies for all these complexes. The explanation for the slightly lower magnetic moments for cobalt(II) complexes has been sought in the possible presence of low symmetry component. The tetragonal radial parametersDq(E),Dq(A),Dt andDs and molecular orbital parameters dπ and dσ have been evaluated. The S−N, bidentate nature of the ligands and the presence of the various anions in the coordination sphere have been confirmed on the basis of additional Co−N, Co−S and Co−X frequencies in the far infrared spectra of the complexes. The nitrato and thiocyanato groups act as monodentate and are coordinated through oxygen and nitrogen atoms, respectively.

Keywords

Cobalt(II) complexes Coordination chemistry Magnetic data 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. C. Jain
    • 1
  • P. C. Jain
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryMeerut CollegeMeerutIndia

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