Synthesis, Structures, and Solution Studies of a New Class of [Mo2O2S2]-Based Thiosemicarbazone Coordination Complexes
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Synthesis, Structures, and Solution Studies of a New Class of [Mo2O2S2]-Based Thiosemicarbazone Coordination Complexes

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Fuior, Arcadie; Cebotari, Diana; Haouas, Mohamed; Marrot, J.; Mínguez Espallargas, Guillermo; Guérineau, Vincent; Touboul, David; Rusnac, Roman V.; Gulea, Aurelian; Floquet, Sébastien
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This paper deals with the synthesis, structural studies, and behavior in solution of unprecedented coordination complexes built by the association of a panel of 14 representative thiosemicarbazone ligands with the cluster [Mo2O2S2]2+. These complexes have been thoroughly characterized both in the solid state and in solution by XRD and by NMR, respectively. In particular, HMBC 1H{15N} and 1H DOSY NMR experiments bring important elements for understanding the complexes' behavior in solution. These studies demonstrate that playing on the nature and the position of various substituents on the ligands strongly influences the coordination modes of the ligands as well as the numbers of isomers in solution, mainly 2 products for the majority of complexes and up to 5 for some of them.

    Fuior, Arcadie Cebotari, Diana Haouas, Mohamed Marrot, J. Mínguez Espallargas, Guillermo Guérineau, Vincent Touboul, David Rusnac, Roman V. Gulea, Aurelian Floquet, Sébastien 2022 Synthesis, Structures, and Solution Studies of a New Class of [Mo2O2S2]-Based Thiosemicarbazone Coordination Complexes Acs Omega 7 19 16547 16560
https://doi.org/10.1021/acsomega.2c00705

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