Structural Study of Mismatched Disila-Crown Ether Complexes
AbstractMismatched complexes of the alkali metals cations Li+ and Na+ were synthesized from 1,2-disilacrown-6 (1 and 2) and of K+ from 1,2,4,5-tetrasilacrown-6 (4). In these alkali metal complexes, not all crown ether O atoms participate in the coordination, which depicts the coordination ability of the C-, Si/C-, and Si-bonded O atoms. Furthermore, the inverse case—the coordination of the large Ba2+ ion by the relatively small ligand 1,2-disilacrown-5—was investigated, yielding the dinuclear complex 5. This structure represents a first outlook on sandwich complexes based on hybrid crown ethers. View Full-Text
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Reuter, K.; Dankert, F.; Donsbach, C.; von Hänisch, C. Structural Study of Mismatched Disila-Crown Ether Complexes. Inorganics 2017, 5, 11.
Reuter K, Dankert F, Donsbach C, von Hänisch C. Structural Study of Mismatched Disila-Crown Ether Complexes. Inorganics. 2017; 5(1):11.Chicago/Turabian Style
Reuter, Kirsten; Dankert, Fabian; Donsbach, Carsten; von Hänisch, Carsten. 2017. "Structural Study of Mismatched Disila-Crown Ether Complexes." Inorganics 5, no. 1: 11.
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