alexa Abstract | Synthesis and characterization of Hg complex with 1,4-bis([1,10]phenanthroline-[5,6-d]imidazol-2-yl)benzene

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A new Hg(II) complex of the type [(  -BPIB){Hg(NO3)2}2](1)that BPIB = 1,4-bis([1,10] phenanthrolin-[5,6- d]imidazol-2-yl)benzene has been synthesized and characterized using FT-IR, UV-vis and1 H-NMR spectroscopies. Also electrochemical behavior of complex (1)was studied by Cyclic Voltammetric method. The FT-IR results showed that the ligand was coordinated to metal center. Electronic spectra of this complex was recorded in the DMSO solution. These spectra confirm the intraligand transition bands (π→π*), (n→π*) in UV region. The UV-vis spectrum of title complex don't show any d d transition for central ion. Electrochemical data of this complex showed quasi-reversible waves attributed to redox BPIB ligand

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Author(s): Niloufar Akbarzadeh T and Hoda Mansouri


Electrochemical, Cyclic Voltammetric, Metal Center, Intraligand Transition, Quasi-Reversible, complex

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