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Inorg Chem ; 52(21): 12777-83, 2013 Nov 04.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-24124923


The chemisorption of sulfur dioxide (SO2) on the Hofmann-like spin crossover porous coordination polymer (SCO-PCP) {Fe(pz)[Pt(CN)4]} has been investigated at room temperature. Thermal analysis and adsorption-desorption isotherms showed that ca. 1 mol of SO2 per mol of {Fe(pz)[Pt(CN)4]} was retained in the pores. Nevertheless, the SO2 was loosely attached to the walls of the host network and completely released in 24 h at 298 K. Single crystals of {Fe(pz)[Pt(CN)4]}·nSO2 (n ≈ 0.25) were grown in water solutions saturated with SO2, and its crystal structure was analyzed at 120 K. The SO2 molecule is coordinated to the Pt(II) ion through the sulfur atom ion, Pt-S = 2.585(4) Å. This coordination slightly stabilizes the low-spin state of the Fe(II) ions shifting the critical temperatures of the spin transition by 8-12 K. DFT calculations have been performed to rationalize these observations.

Compostos Ferrosos/química , Dióxido de Enxofre/química , Adsorção , Cristalografia por Raios X , Estrutura Molecular
Chemistry ; 19(21): 6851-61, 2013 May 17.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-23576158


Two new heterobimetallic porous coordination polymers with the formula [Fe(TPT)(2/3){M(I)(CN)2}2]⋅nSolv (TPT = [(2,4,6-tris(4-pyridyl)-1,3,5-triazine]; M(I) = Ag (nSolv = 0, 1 MeOH, 2 CH2Cl2), Au (nSolv = 0, 2CH2Cl2)) have been synthesized and their crystal structures were determined at 120 K and 293 K by single-crystal X-ray analysis. These structures crystallized in the trigonal R-3m space group. The Fe(II) ion resides at an inversion centre that defines a [FeN6] coordination core. Four dicyanometallate groups coordinate at the equatorial positions, whilst the axial positions are occupied by the TPT ligand. Each TPT ligand is centred in a ternary axis and bridges three crystallographically equivalent Fe(II) ions, whilst each dicyanometallate group bridges two crystallographically equivalent Fe(II) ions that define a 3D network with the topology of NbO. There are two such networks, which interpenetrate each other, thereby giving rise to large spaces in which very labile solvent molecules are included (CH2Cl2 or MeOH). Crystallographic analysis confirmed the reversible structural changes that were associated with the occurrence of spin-crossover behaviour at the Fe(II) ions, the most significant structural variation being the change in unit-cell volume (about 59 Å(3) per Fe(II) ion). The spin-crossover behaviour has been monitored by means of thermal dependence of the magnetic properties, Mössbauer spectroscopy, and calorimetry.

Inorg Chem ; 51(20): 11126-32, 2012 Oct 15.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-23009692


Here we describe the synthesis, structure, and magnetic properties of two related coordination polymers made up of self-assembling Fe(II) ions, pyrazine (pz), and the tetrathiocyanopalladate anion. Compound {Fe(MeOH)(2)[Pd(SCN)(4)]}·pz (1a) is a two-dimensional coordination polymer where the Fe(II) ions are equatorially coordinated by the nitrogen atoms of four [Pd(SCN)(4)](2-) anions, each of which connects four Fe(II) ions, forming corrugated layers {Fe[Pd(SCN)(4)]}(∞). The coordination sphere of Fe(II) is completed by the oxygen atoms of two CH(3)OH molecules. The layers stack one on top of each other in such a way that the included pz molecule establishes strong hydrogen bonds with the coordinated methanol molecules of adjacent layers. Compound {Fe(pz)[Pd(SCN)(4)]} (2) is a three-dimensional porous coordination polymer formed by flat {Fe[Pd(SCN)(4)]}(∞) layers pillared by the pz ligand. Thermal analysis of 1a shows a clear desorption of the two coordinated CH(3)OH molecules giving a rather stable phase (1b), which presumably is a polymorphic form of 2. The magnetic properties of the three derivatives are typical of the high-spin Fe(II) compounds. However, compounds 1b and 2, with coordination sphere [FeN(6)], show thermal spin crossover behavior at pressures higher than ambient pressure (10(5) MPa).

Chemistry ; 17(52): 14826-36, 2011 Dec 23.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-22135100


In this study, we show that 1) different isomers of the same mononuclear iron(II) complex give materials with different spin-crossover (hereafter SCO) properties, and 2) minor modifications of the bapbpy (bapbpy=N6,N6'-di(pyridin-2-yl)-2,2'-bipyridine-6,6'-diamine) ligand allows SCO to be obtained near room temperature. We also provide a qualitative model to understand the link between the structure of bapbpy-based ligands and the SCO properties of their iron(II) compounds. Thus, seven new trans-[Fe{R(2)(bapbpy)}(NCS)(2)] compounds were prepared, in which the R(2)bapbpy ligand bears picoline (9-12), quin-2-oline (13), isoquin-3-oline (14), or isoquin-1-oline (15) substituents. From this series, three compounds (12, 14, and 15) have SCO properties, one of which (15) occurs at 288 K. The crystal structures of compounds 11, 12, and 15 show that the intermolecular interactions in these materials are similar to those found in the parent compound [Fe(bapbpy)(NCS)(2)] (1), in which each iron complex interacts with its neighbors through weak N-H···S hydrogen bonding and π-π stacking. For compounds 12 and 15, hindering groups located near the N-H bridges weaken the N-S intermolecular interactions, which is correlated to non-cooperative SCO. For compound 14, the substitution is further away from the N-H bridges, and the SCO remains cooperative as in 1 with a hysteresis cycle. Optical microscopy photographs show the strikingly different spatio-temporal evolution of the phase transition in the noncooperative SCO compound 12 relative to that found in 1. Heat-capacity measurements were made for compounds 1, 12, 14, and 15 and fitted to the Sorai domain model. The number n of like-spin SCO centers per interacting domain, which is related to the cooperativity of the spin transition, was found high for compounds 1 and 14 and low for compounds 12 and 15. Finally, we found that although both pairs of compounds 11/12 and 14/15 are pairs of isomers their SCO properties are surprisingly different.