First cobalt complexes with methyl pyruvate semi/thiosemicarbazone – Synthesis, physicochemical and structural characterization

Marko V. Rodić, Vukoslava Miškov-Pajić, Vukadin M. Leovac, Mirjana M. Radanović, Ljiljana S. Vojinović-Ješić, Svetlana K. Belošević, Željko K. Jaćimović, Vukosava Živković-Radovanović

Abstract


In the reaction of acetone solutions of CoX2∙nH2O (X = Cl, Br) with methyl pyruvate semi/thiosemicarbazone (Hmps, Hmpt) the first Co(II) com­plexes with these ligands, i.e., [Co(Hmps)(H2O)X2] (X = Cl (1), Br (2)), [Co(Hmpt)2][CoCl4]∙2H2О (3) and [Co(Hmpt)2]Br2∙Me2CO (4) were obtained. Complexes 1 and 2 represent the first examples of metal complexes of Hmps. All the obtained compounds were characterized by elemental analysis, conduc­to­metry, magnetic measurements, and IR spectra, and for complexes 24, single crystal X-ray diffraction analysis was also performed. The effective magnetic moments were close to the upper limit (5 μB) for complexes 1 and 2, and close to the lower limit (4.4 μB) for complexes 3 and 4, and as such are characteristic for high-spin Co(II) complexes. Structural analysis showed that both ligands coordinate in a neutral form in a tridentate manner, via the ester oxygen, imine nitrogen and the oxygen atom of the ureido (Hmps), or the sul­fur atom of the thioureido group (Hmpt). The central metal atoms are situated in a deformed octahedral coordination environment. Complex 2 has cis-Br con­figuration, while complexes 3 and 4 have mer-configuration.


Keywords


cobalt; complexes; hydrazones; single crystal X-ray analysis

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