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Using a Hydrogen‐Bonded Rosette‐Type Scaffold to Generate Heteronuclear Metalla‐Assemblies

Pyridyl‐functionalized melamine (MEpy) and barbituric acid (BApy) derivatives have been designed to generate rosette‐type structures with multiple coordination sites. The introduction of a pyridyl group on both components (MEpy and BApy) allows coordination of metals at the periphery of the (MEpy)(B... Full description

Journal Title: European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 07 June 2018, Vol.2018(20-21), pp.2399-2407
Main Author: Zhang, Fan
Other Authors: Therrien, Bruno
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title: Using a Hydrogen‐Bonded Rosette‐Type Scaffold to Generate Heteronuclear Metalla‐Assemblies
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  • Piano‐Stool Complexes
  • Rosette‐Type Structures
  • Hydrogen Bonds
  • Ruthenium
  • Rhodium
  • Iridium
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description: Pyridyl‐functionalized melamine (MEpy) and barbituric acid (BApy) derivatives have been designed to generate rosette‐type structures with multiple coordination sites. The introduction of a pyridyl group on both components (MEpy and BApy) allows coordination of metals at the periphery of the (MEpy)(BApy) rosette. Dichloro ‐cymene ruthenium and dichloro pentamethylcyclopentadienyl rhodium units were inserted to generate the heteronuclear rosettes, (MEpyRu)(BApyRh) and (MEpyRh)(BApyRu), respectively. Both rosettes were characterized by spectroscopic methods and their behavior in solution was studied. Peripheral pyridyl‐functionalized rosettes have been prepared and characterized. Coordination of piano‐stool complexes to the pyridyl groups produced a series of well‐defined heteronuclear metalla‐assemblies that are stable in solution.
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abstractPyridyl‐functionalized melamine (MEpy) and barbituric acid (BApy) derivatives have been designed to generate rosette‐type structures with multiple coordination sites. The introduction of a pyridyl group on both components (MEpy and BApy) allows coordination of metals at the periphery of the (MEpy)(BApy) rosette. Dichloro ‐cymene ruthenium and dichloro pentamethylcyclopentadienyl rhodium units were inserted to generate the heteronuclear rosettes, (MEpyRu)(BApyRh) and (MEpyRh)(BApyRu), respectively. Both rosettes were characterized by spectroscopic methods and their behavior in solution was studied. Peripheral pyridyl‐functionalized rosettes have been prepared and characterized. Coordination of piano‐stool complexes to the pyridyl groups produced a series of well‐defined heteronuclear metalla‐assemblies that are stable in solution.
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