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Hexanuclear Complex of Platinum(II) with Cleavage Product of Cystamine Dihydrochloride by β-Mercaptoethylamine

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DOI: 10.4236/aces.2016.61003    3,077 Downloads   3,376 Views Citations

ABSTRACT

Six-nuclear complexes of Platinum(II) with cleavage of a cystamine dihydrochloride by β-mercaptoethylamine with composition [Pt6(H2NCH2CH2S)8]Cl4·5H2O had been syntesized for the first time. Structure of the complex had been installed together with IKS- and XRD analysis. It has been established that each atom of platinum is surrounded by two atoms of sulfur and nitrogen due to bidentate coordination of a ligand. Only two of the six platinum atoms are on the same plane; other four atoms are in the different crossing planes. Four platinum atoms form adurable metal chelate cycles, which collapse over temperature 260℃. The results of IR spectroscopy confirmed with the RS-analysis.

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Azizova, A. , Tagiyev, D. , Gasimov, S. and Gasanov, K. (2016) Hexanuclear Complex of Platinum(II) with Cleavage Product of Cystamine Dihydrochloride by β-Mercaptoethylamine. Advances in Chemical Engineering and Science, 6, 29-33. doi: 10.4236/aces.2016.61003.

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