Holo- and hemidirected lead(II) in the polymeric [Pb 4(?-3,4-TDTA) 2(H 2 O) 2]·4H 2O complex. N,N,N?,N?-tetraacetate ligands derived from o-phenylenediamines as sequestering agents for lead(II)

Sanchiz J.; Esparza, P; Dominguez, S; Mederos A.; Villagra D.; Brito F; Araujo L.; Sanchez A.; Arrieta J.M.

Keywords: acid, polymerization, structure, ray, resonance, lead, nuclear, diffraction, spectrophotometry, drug, article, analysis, phenylenediamine, tetraacetate, magnetic, potentiometry, derivative, X, Acetic, unclassified, 3,4, n,n,n',n', toluenediamine


The coordinating ability of the ligands 3,4-toluenediamine-N,N, N?,N?-tetraacetate (3,4-TDTA), o-phenylenediamine-N,N,N?,N?-tetraacetate (o-PhDTA), and 4-chloro-1,2-phenylenediamine-N,N,N?,N?-tetraacetate (4-Cl-o-PhDTA) (H 4L acids) toward lead(II) is studied by potentiometry (25°C, l = 0.5 mol dm -3 in NaCIO4), UV-vis spectrophotometry, and 207Pb NMR spectrometry. The stability constants of the complex species formed were determined. X-ray diffraction structural analysis of the complex [Pb 4(?-3,4-TDTA) 4(H 2 O) 2]·4H 2O (1) revealed that 1 has a 2-D structure. The layers are built up by the polymerization of centrosymmetric [Pb 4L 2(H 2O) 2] tetranuclear units. The neutral layers have the aromatic rings of the ligands pointing to the periphery, whereas the metallic ions are located in the central part of the layers. In compound 1, two types of six-coordinate lead(II) environments are produced. The Pb(1) is coordinated to two nitrogen atoms and four carboxylate oxygens from the ligand, whereas Pb(2) has an O 6 trigonally distorted octahedral surrounding. The lead(II) ion is surrounded by five carboxylate oxygens and a water molecule. The carboxylate oxygens belong to four different ligands that are also joined to four other Pb(1) ions. The selective uptake of lead(II) was analyzed by means of chemical speciation diagrams as well as the so-called conditional or effective formation constants K Pb eff. The results indicate that, in competition with other ligands that are strong complexing agents for lead(II), our ligands are better sequestering agents in acidic media.

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Título de la Revista: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Volumen: 41
Número: 23
Fecha de publicación: 2002
Página de inicio: 6048
Página final: 6055
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