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Crystal structures of copper(III) dithiocarbamate complexes [Cu(eta(2)-S2CNMe2)(2)][ClO4] and [Cu(eta(2)-S2CNEt2)(2)][FeCl4] with and without anion-cation interactions

Hogarth, G; Pateman, A; Redmond, SP; (2000) Crystal structures of copper(III) dithiocarbamate complexes [Cu(eta(2)-S2CNMe2)(2)][ClO4] and [Cu(eta(2)-S2CNEt2)(2)][FeCl4] with and without anion-cation interactions. INORG CHIM ACTA , 306 (2) 232 - 236.

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Abstract

Copper(III) dithiocarbamate complexes [Cu(eta(2)-S2CNMe2)(2)][ClO4] and [Cu(eta(2)-S2CNEt2)(2)][FeCl4] have been characterised crystallographically. Both contain square-planar Cu(III) centres which attain an overall distorted octahedral coordination environment via long-range intermolecular interactions. In [Cu(eta(2)-S2CNEt2)(2)][FeCl4]. anions and cations do not interact and Cu(III) centres form an infinite chain held together by weak copper-sulfur interactions. In [Cu(eta(2)-S2CNMe2)(2)][ClO4], perchlorate anions interact weakly with the Cu(III) centre [Cu-O 2.753(3) Angstrom] which attains overall six coordination via a Cu-S interaction with a second copper-dithiocarbamate-perchlorate unit. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science S.A. All rights reserved.

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Title:Crystal structures of copper(III) dithiocarbamate complexes [Cu(eta(2)-S2CNMe2)(2)][ClO4] and [Cu(eta(2)-S2CNEt2)(2)][FeCl4] with and without anion-cation interactions
Keywords:crystal structures, copper complexes, dithiocarbamate complexes, OXIDATION-STATES, AZIRIDINATION, ELECTROCHEMISTRY, CATALYSTS, OLEFINS
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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