Study of Mixed Amide Coordination Compounds of Copper (II) Nicotinate
Chemical Science International Journal, Volume 31, Issue 4,
Complexes of copper (II) nicotinate with acid amides were synthesized to vary the composition and the individual properties of the compounds obtained through coordination of the nicotinate group to acetamide, carbamide, thiocarbamide and nicotinamide (L1, L2). The coordination of the organic ligands, the environment of the central ion and the thermal behaviour of the synthesized compounds were elucidated by vibrational spectroscopy and thermal analysis. The relative intensities and the spatial structures of copper (II) nicotinate and the synthesized complexes showed that the new coordination compounds differ from each other and the original components, as they have unique crystal lattices. X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis was used to obtain diffraction patterns of free molecules of ligands, copper nicotinate, and synthesized coordination compounds. The thermal behaviour of the synthesized compounds was investigated and the thermolysis products were identified. The stepwise decomposition of the synthesized compounds was found with several endo - and exo effects correspond to the decomposition of the constituent parts of the complexes. Based on the intensity of the electronic spectrum of diffuse reflection and the values of the bands, the six-coordination environment of Cu (II) the synthesized complexes was proven.
- Coordination compounds
- IR spectroscopy
- X-ray diffraction analysis
- thermal behaviour
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