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Type: Journal article
Title: Co-existing pseudo-planar and saddle conformers of tetramethyl tetraaza[14]annulene platinum complexes: X-ray crystallographic studies on [PtII(tmtaa)] and trans-[PtIVCl₂(tmtaa)]
Other Titles: Co-existing pseudo-planar and saddle conformers of tetramethyl tetraaza[14]annulene platinum complexes: X-ray crystallographic studies on [PtII(tmtaa)] and trans-[PtIVCl(2)(tmtaa)]
Author: Paul, Rowena L.
Gheller, Stephen F.
Heath, Graham A.
Hockless, David C. R.
Rendina, Louis M.
Sterns, Meta
Citation: Journal of the Chemical Society. Dalton Transactions.22:4143-4145
Issue Date: 1997
ISSN: 0300-9246
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Rowena L. Paul, Stephen F. Gheller, Graham A. Heath, David C. R. Hockless, Louis M. Rendina and Meta Sterns
Abstract: Orange platelets of [Pt(tmtaa)], where H₂tmtaa = 6,8,15,17-tetramethyl-5,6,9,14,15,18-hexahydrodibenzo[b,i ][l,4,8,11]tetraazacyclotetradecine, show the expected ‘pseudo-planar’ centrosymmetric macrocyclic conformation but red needles of another [Pt(tmtaa)] modification and purple trans-[PtCl2(tmtaa)] both show saddle-form co-ordination with the metal ion only 0.046(1) Å (Pt²⁺) or 0.024(5) Å (Pt⁴⁺) above the N4 plane; X-ray powder diffraction reveals similar dimorphism for [Pd(tmtaa)] but not for [Ni(tmtaa)].
Rights: © Royal Society of Chemistry
DOI: 10.1039/A706271K
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