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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
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Wurster's Macrocycles : the synthesis and properties of phenylenediamine based ligands ; ligands for the rapid and stable chelation of lanthanide metal ions /

Hundt, Gregory Robert, January 2006 (has links)
Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Texas at Dallas, 2006. / Includes vita. Includes bibliographical references.
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The design, synthesis, and application of new amino acid-based modular N-ethylenediamine ligands /

Richmond, Meaghan L. January 2005 (has links)
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Brown University, 2005. / Vita. Thesis advisor: Christopher T. Seto. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 50-53, 112-114, 156-158). Also available online.
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The role of metalloprotease-disintegrin (ADAM) proteins in postranslational processing of EGF receptor ligands and insights into regulatory mechanisms /

Sahin, A. R. Umut. January 2005 (has links)
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Brown University, 2005. / Vita. Thesis advisor: Carl P. Blobel. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 91-101). Also available online.
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The synthesis of novel organometallic materials

Berridge, Rory January 2001 (has links)
Due to their highly interesting electroactive properties, complexes based on the sulphur heterocycle DMIT have been studied extensively for several decades. The literature is abundant with materials exhibiting semiconducting and metallic properties and up to early 2000 there are eight examples of DMIT based superconductors. In the case of the DMIT complexes, previous work has been constrained to the variation of the transition metal and/or the counter-anion. The work herein concerns the synthesis of a novel series of electroactive ligands, similar to the well-known DMIT species. In contrast to the DMIT ligand, our target derivatives incorporate two thioether and two dithiolate environments as the overall chelating entity. The thioether functionalities are linked via suitable spacer groups and this feature should present a major advantage over traditional DMIT complexes, by adding solubility and synthetic versatility to the overall nature of the complex. In addition to the metal complexes based on DMIT ligands, charge transfer (CT) halogen adducts of these DMIT ligands and their synthetic intermediates are described, providing highly interesting and novel solid state structures and atom-to-atom inter- and intra-molecular interactions.
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Ligand shape and its stereochemical consequences

Halfpenny, M. T. January 1968 (has links)
No description available.
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Design, synthesis and evaluation of silver-specific ligands

Daubinet, André January 2001 (has links)
Several series of ligands, designed to chelate silver(I) specifically in the presence of base metals, have been synthesised. The ligands include: - dithiodiamide compounds, prepared by the condensation of acetanilide derivatives with 1,2-dibromoethane; propanenitrile and propanoic ester derivatives prepared from pyridine-2-carbaldehyde via the Morita-Baylis-Hillman reaction; and novel malonamide ligands from the reaction of diethyl malonate with a range of primary amines. The malonamide derivatives were prepared under both conventional thermal and microwave-assisted conditions, the latter proving to be highly efficient. The ligands were all characterised using a combination of spectroscopic and, where appropriate, elemental analysis; in one case, the structural assignment was confirmed by single-crystal X-ray analysis. The fragmentation patterns in the electron-impact mass spectra of the malonamide derivatives have been explored using high-resolution and meta-stable peak scanning techniques. Complexes of the malonamide ligands with copper(II) and silver(I) have been synthesised, and examination of these complexes has revealed distinct differences in their co-ordination preferences towards silver(I) and copper(II). Tentative, computer-modelled structures for the complexes have been proposed using the available spectroscopic and elemental analysis data. Computer modelling, at the Molecular Mechanics level, has also been used to assess the capacity of the ligand systems to adopt conformations suitable for the chelation of tetrahedral silver(I). Solvent extraction studies have been undertaken using aqueous metal ion solutions and various organic solvents. The dithiodiamide derivatives typically presented solubility problems, but one of the ligands, N,N´-bis(3-chlorophenyl)-3,6-dithiaoctanediamide, exhibited significant but slow extraction of silver(I) into toluene. The malonamide derivatives, however, proved to be readily soluble in ethyl acetate and, in some cases, exhibited good to excellent selectivity for silver(I) in the presence of the base metals copper and lead. Atomic absorption analysis revealed rapid equilibration times (<15 min) and high extraction efficiencies over a wide pH range (2.78 - 9.0). Metal selectivity has been determined by ICP-MS analysis of the residual silver, copper and lead present in the aqueous phase after 15 min, and one of the ligands, N,N´-bis(2-benzylsulfanylethyl)malonamide, exhibits excellent (≥ 96 %) silver(I) specificity.
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Reactivity of Rhenium (iii) and Rhenium (V) with multidentate NN-and no-donor ligands

Yumata, Nonzaliseko Christine January 2010 (has links)
The reaction of the potentially tridentate Schiff-base chelate Hhaep [Haep = N’-(1- (2-hydroxyphenyl)ethylidene)benzohydrazide] with [ReCl3(benzil)(PPh3)] and trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] produced the neutral oxorhenium(V) complexes cis- [ReOCl2(mep)] [Hmep = 2-(1-iminoethyl)phenol] and cis-[ReOCI2(meb)(PPh3)] [Hmeb = N’-(propan-2-ylidene)benzohydrazide] in ethanol and acetone respectively. In both reactions the Hhaep molecule cleaves to give different coordinated bidentate NO-donor chelates coordinated to the rhenium(V) centers. The X-ray studies reveal that mep is present as a bidentate, monoanionic Schiffbase coordinating through the neutral imino nitrogen and the deprotonated phenolate oxygen in cis-[ReOCl2(mep)]. The bond distances and angles in cis- [ReOCI2(meb)(PPh3)] confirm that meb coordinates to the metal in the enolate form. The distorted octahedral complex fac-[ReCl3(dpa)(PPh3)] was prepared by the reaction of trans-[ReCl3(MeCN)(PPh3)2] with a twofold molar excess of dpa in acetonitrile under a nitrogen atmosphere. The compound dpa.HCl.2H2O was obtained as a by-product in the reaction of dpa with trans-[ReCI3(MeCN)(PPh3)2] in acetonitrile. The reaction of trans-[ReCl3(MeCN)(PPh3)2] with a twofold molar excess of 6- amino-3-methyl-1-phenyl-4-azahept-2-ene-1-one (Hamp) in acetonitrile led to the isolation of cis-[ReCl2(bat)(PPh3)2]. On complexation to the metal center Hamp decomposed to give the coordinated benzoylacetone (bat). Bat is present as a monoanionic bidentate chelate. The complexes [ReVOCI(had)] and [ReIVCl(had)(PPh3)](ReO4) were prepared from the reaction of trans-[ReCl3(MeCN)(PPh3)2] with N,N-bis((2-hydroxybenzyl)-2- aminoethyl)dimethylamine (H2had) in ethanol under various reaction conditions. The treatment of [ReCl3(benzil)(PPh3)] with 2-[((2- pyridinylmethyl)amino)methyl]phenol (Hham) in a 2:1 molar ratio in acetonitrile led to the isolation of the hydrogen-bonded dimer [ReOCl2(ham)]2. The distorted octahedral complex [ReOCl(hap)] [H2hap = N,N-bis(2- hydroxybenzyl)aminomethylpyridine] was prepared from the reaction of trans- [ReCl3(MeCN)(PPh3)2] with a twofold molar excess of H2hap in acetonitrile. The X-ray crystal structure analysis shows that the chloride is coordinated trans to the tripodal tertiary amino nitrogen, with a phenolate oxygen trans to the oxo oxygen.
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The coordination chemistry of Rhenium(V) with multidentate no-donor ligands

Abrahams, Abubak'r January 2009 (has links)
The neutral distorted octahedral complexes [ReOCl(L)] {H2L = N,N-bis(2- hydroxybenzyl)-2-(2-aminoethyl)dimethylamine (H2had), N,N-bis(2-hydroxybenzyl) aminomethylpyridine (H2hap); N,N-bis(2-hydroxybenzyl)-2-(2-aminoethyl)pyridine (H2hae)} were prepared by the reaction of trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] with a twofold molar excess of H2L in ethanol. The X-ray structure determinations of [ReOCl(had)] and [ReOCl(hap)] were performed, and in both complexes the chloride is coordinated trans to the tripodal tertiary amino nitrogen, with a phenolate oxygen trans to the oxo oxygen. Treatment of trans-[ReO2(py)4]I with two equivalents and one equivalent each of H2had in acetone afforded the iodide salts of the oxypyridinium-ammonium zwitterions N1-(2-hydroxybenzyl)-N2,N2- dimethyl-N1-((2-oxypyridinium)-1-methyl)ethane-1,2-diamine [Hhpd]+ and N2,N2- dimethyl-N1-bis((2-oxypyridinium)-1-methyl)ethane-1,2-diamine [dod]+ respectively. In [Hhpd]I, one of the 2-hydroxyphenyl groups of H2had is substituted by an oxypyridinium group, and in [dod]I, both 2-hydroxyphenyl groups are converted. The X-ray crystal structure determination of the starting material H2had, [Hhpd]I and [dod]I reveals trigonal pyramidal geometries around the central amino nitrogen. The complex salt [ReO(bsa)]PF6 (H2bsa=bis(N-methylsalicylicylideneiminopropyl) amine) was prepared from the reaction of cis-[ReO2I(PPh3)2] with H2bsa in toluene. The dianionic pentadentate ligand bsa is coordinated to the ReO3+ moiety via one secondary amino and two imino nitrogens, and two anionic phenolate oxygens. The complex was characterized by spectroscopy and analytical data, and the structure has been determined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction analysis. The complex exhibits a distorted octahedral geometry around the central rhenium(V) ion, with the basal plane being defined by a phenolate oxygen, two imino nitrogens and the secondary amino. ix A. Abrahams Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University The reaction of a two-fold molar excess of the potentially NN-donor ligand 2,2’- dipyridylamine (dpa) with trans-[ReO(OEt)Cl2(PPh3)2] in ethanol led to the isolation of [ReOCl2(OEt)(dpa)]. The X-ray crystal structure shows that the NN-chelated dpa is coordinated in the equatorial plane cis to the oxo and ethoxo groups, which are in trans positions relative to each other. The treatment of trans- [ReOCl3(PPh3)2] with a tenfold molar excess of dpa in ethanol at the refluxing temperature yielded the trans-dioxo complex [ReO2(dpa)2]Cl, but with a twofold molar excess only (μ-O)[{ReOCl2(dpa)}2] was isolated. Repeating the latter reaction with (n-Bu4N)[ReOCl4] as starting material in ethanol at room temperature a dark green product, also with the formulation (μ-O)[{ReOCl2(dpa)}2], was isolated. The reaction of equimolar quantities of bis(pyridin-2-yl)methyl)amine (HBPA) with (n-Bu4N)[ReOCl4] in acetone at room temperature led to the isolation of the sixcoordinate rhenium(V) complex [ReOCl(H2O)(BPA)]Cl. IR, NMR and X-ray crystallographic results indicate that BPA is coordinated as a tridentate uninegative chelate, with deprotonation of the amine nitrogen. The water molecule is coordinated trans to the oxo group, with the Re=O and Re-OH2 bond distances equal to 1.663(9) and 2.21(1) Å respectively. Complexes of the general formula [ReOX2{(C5H4N)CH(O)CH2(C5H4N)}] (X = Cl, I) were prepared by the reactions of trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] and trans- [ReOI2(OEt)(PPh3)2] with cis-1,2-di-(2-pyridyl)ethylene (DPE) in ethanol and benzene in air. Experimental evidence shows that the coordinated DPE ligand has undergone addition of water at the ethylenic carbons, and that the (C5H4N)CH(O)CH2(C5H4N) moiety acts as a uninegative tridentate NON-donor ligand. The X-ray crystal structures of both complexes show a distorted octahedral geometry around the rhenium(V) centre. The treatment of trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] with H2dbd in a 2:1 molar ratio in acetonitrile led to the isolation of the ligand-bridged dimer (μ-dbd)[ReOCl2(PPh3)]2. The X-ray crystal structure of the complex reveals a dinuclear structure in which two rhenium(V) ions are bridged by the dbd ligand. Each rhenium ion is in a x A. Abrahams Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University distorted octahedral geometry. The basal plane is defined by a phosphorus atom of the PPh3 group, two chlorides cis to each other, and a pyridyl nitrogen atom of dbd. The oxo group and alcoholate oxygen of dbd lie in trans axial positions. The complexes cis-[ReOX2(msa)(PPh3)] (X = Cl, Br, I) were prepared from trans- [ReOCl3(PPh3)2], trans-[ReOBr3(PPh3)2] or trans-[ReOI2(OEt)(PPh3)2] with 2-(1- iminoethyl)phenol (Hmsa) in acetonitrile. An X-ray crystallographic study shows that the bonding distances and angles in the comlexes are nearly identical, and that the two halides in each complex are coordinated cis to each other in the equatorial plane cis to the oxo group. The oxo-bridged dinuclear rhenium(V) complex [(μ-O){ReOCl(amp)}2] was prepared by the reaction of trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] and 6-amino-3-methyl-1-phenyl- 4-azahept-2-ene-1-one (Hamp) in acetone. The characterization of the complex by elemental analysis, infrared and 1H NMR spectroscopy and X-ray crystallography shows that amp is coordinated as a monoanionic NNO-donor chelate as an amino-amido ketone. However, the reaction of the similar ligand 7- amino-4,7-dimethyl-5-aza-3-octen-2-one (Hada) with [Re(CO)5Br] produced the product fac-[Re(CO)3Br(Hada)], with Hada coordinated as a neutral NN-donor amino-imino-ketone.
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Rhenium (I) and (V) complexes with potentially mulidentate ligands containing the Amino group

Booysen, Irvin Noel January 2009 (has links)
The complex trans-[Re(dab)Cl3(PPh3)2] (H2dab = 1,2-diaminobenzene) was prepared from the reaction of trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] with H2dab in ethanol. The ligand dab is coordinated to the rhenium(V) centre through a dianionic imido nitrogen only in a distorted octahedral coordination geometry around the metal ion. The complex trans- [Re(ada)Cl3(PPh3)2] (H2ada = 2-aminodiphenylamine) was prepared from the reaction of trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] with H2ada in acetonitrile. The ligand ada is coordinated to the rhenium(V) centre through a dianionic imido nitrogen only, in a distorted octahedral coordination geometry around the metal ion. The ‘2 + 1’ complex fac- [Re(CO)3(Hamp)(amp)] (Hamp = 2-aminophenol) was isolated from the reaction of a two molar ratio of Hamp with [Re(CO)5Br] in toluene. The reaction of a 1:1 molar ratio of [Re(CO)5Br] and H2ada led to the isolation of the Re(I) complex, fac- [Re(CO)3Br(H2ada)]. The reaction of equimolar quantities of cis-[ReO2I(PPh3)2] with 5,6-diamino-1,3- dimethyluracil (H2ddd) in acetonitrile led to the formation of [Re(ddd)(Hddd)I(PPh3)2](ReO4). The X-ray crystal structure shows that the ligand ddd is coordinated monodentately through the doubly deprotonated amino nitrogen and is therefore present as an imide. The chelate Hddd is coordinated bidentately via the neutral amino nitrogen, which is coordinated trans to the imido nitrogen, and the singly deprotonated amido nitrogen, trans to the iodide. The reaction of trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] with N-(2-aminobenzylidene)-5-amino-1,3-dimethyl uracil (H3dua) in ethanol gave a mixed crystal which contains both the neutral oxorhenium(V) complex [ReOCl(Hdua)] and the imido rhenium(V) [Re(dua)Cl2(PPh3)] in an equimolar ratio in the asymmetric unit. The reaction of equimolar quantities of [NH4(ReO4)] with H2ddd in methanol under reflux led to the isolation of [C12H12N6O4] as only product. The [ReO4]- anion is therefore instrumental in the formation of [C12H12N6O4], and since the product contains no rhenium in any oxidation state, the conclusion is that [ReO4]- catalyses the oxidative deamination Abstract I.N. Booysen Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University vii of H2ddd. The X-ray crystal structure consists of two centrosymmetric, tricyclic rings, comprising a central pyrazine ring and two terminal pyrimidine rings. The reaction of 2-(2-aminophenyl)benzothiazole (Habt) with [Re(CO)5Br] led to the isolation of the rhenium(I) complex fac-[Re(Habt)(CO)3Br]. With trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2], the ligand Habt decomposed to form the oxofree rhenium(V) complex [Re(itp)2Cl(PPh3)] (itp = 2-amidophenylthiolate). From the reaction of trans-[ReOBr3(PPh3)2] with 2-(2- hydroxyphenyl)benzothiazole (Hhpd) the complex [ReVOBr2(hpd)(PPh3)] was obtained. The reaction of a twofold molar excess of H2apb (2-(2-aminophenyl)-1-benzimidazole) with trans-[ReO2(py)4]Cl in ethanol gave the green product of formulation [ReO(Hapb)(apb)] in good yield. The rhenium atom lies in a distorted trigonalbipyramidal environment. The two imidazole N(2) atoms lie in the apical positions trans to each other, with the oxo-oxygen and two amido N(1) atoms in the trigonal plane. A new nitrosylrhenium(II) complex salt, [Re(NO)BrL2(PPh3)2](ReO4) (H2L2 = 2-amino-5- (triphenylphosphino)phenol), is the first example of a complex containing the triphenylphosphonium-amidophenolate ligand L2, formed by the nucleophilic attack of a PPh3 on a coordinated amidophenolate ring. The complex salt trans-[Re(mps)Cl(PPh3)2](ReO4) (H3mps = N-(2-amino-3- methylphenyl)salicylideneimine) was prepared by the reaction of trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] with a twofold molar excess of H3mps. The X-ray crystal structure shows that the trianionic ligand mps acts as a tridentate chelate via the doubly deprotonated amino nitrogen (an imide), the neutral imino nitrogen and the deprotonated phenolic oxygen. The six-coordinated complex cis-[Re(mps)Cl2(PPh3)2] was prepared by the reaction of trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] with a twofold molar excess of H3mps in benzene. The X-ray crystal structure show that the mps ligand coordinates as a tridentate chelate via the doubly deprotonated 2-amino nitrogen, the neutral imino nitrogen and the phenolate oxygen. The imide and phenolate oxygen coordinate trans to each other in a distorted octahedral geometry, around the rhenium(V) centre, with the two chlorides in cis positions. A new oxofree rhenium(V) complex salt, [Re(bbd)2](ReO4) ( H2bbd = N-(2- Abstract I.N. Booysen Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University viii aminobenzylidene)benzene-1,2-diamine), has been synthesized and the chelates bbd are coordinated as dianionic tridentate N,N,N-donor diamidoimines. The rhenium(V) ion is centered in a distorted trigonal prism. The rhenium(I) compound fac-[Re(CO)3(daa)].Hpab.H2O (Hpab = N1,N2-(1,2- phenylene)bis(2-aminobenzamide); Hdaa = 2-amino-N-(2-aminophenyl)benzamide) was synthesized from the reaction of [Re(CO)5Br] with a two equivalents of Hpab in toluene. The monoanionic tridentate ligand daa was formed by the rhenium-mediated cleavage of an amido N-C bond of the potentially tetradentate ligand Hpab. Daa is coordinated as a diaminoamide via three nitrogen-donor atoms. The reaction of a twofold molar excess of H2amben (H2amben = N1,N2-bis(2-aminobenzylidene)ethane-1,2-diamine) with trans- [ReOBr3(PPh3)2] gave the oxorhenium(V) cationic complex [ReO(amben)]X (X = Br-, PF6 -). The Re(V) oxo-bridged compound, {μ-O}[ReO(omben)]2.H2O (H2omben = N1,N2- bis(2-hydroxybenzylidene)ethane-1,2-diamine) was isolated from the reaction of a 2:1 molar ratio of H2omben and trans-[ReO2(py)4]Cl in methanol. The seven-coordinate rhenium(III) complex cation [ReIII(dhp)(PPh3)2]+ was isolated as the [ReO4]- salt from the reaction of cis-[ReVO2I(PPh3)2] with 2,6-bis(2- hydroxyphenyliminomethyl)pyridine (H2dhp) in ethanol. In the complex fac- [Re(CO)3(H2dhp)Br], prepared from [Re(CO)5Br] and H2dhp in toluene, the H2dhp ligand acts as a neutral bidentate N,N-donor chelate. An equimolar ratio reaction of 2-aminobenzaldehyde and 2-(2-aminophenyl)-1- benzimidazole in methanol led to 2-(5,6-dihydrobenzimidazolo[1,2-c]-quinazolin-6- yl)aniline. In an attempt to explore the template formation of this class of ligand with rhenium, the reaction of salicylaldehyde and 2-(2-aminophenyl)-1-benzimidazole in ethanol which was followed by the addition of trans-[ReOBr3(PPh3)2] led to the formation of the salt, 6-(2-hydroxyphenyl)-5,6-dihydrobenzimidazolo[1,2-c]quinazolin- 12-ium bromide. The compound 6-(2-methylthiophenyl)-5,6-dihydrobenzimidazolo[1,2- c]quinazolin-12-ium was synthesized via the reaction of 2-aminobenzaldehyde and 2- methylthiobenzaldehyde in methanol.
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Rhenium (I), (III) and (V) complexes with potentially multidentate N, O-Donor ligands

Habarurema, Gratien January 2013 (has links)
This study investigates the coordination modes of potential multidentate N,O-donor Schiff base ligands to the [ReVO]3+ and fac-[ReI(CO)3]+ cores. The project is aimed at the synthesis of tridentate, tetradentate and pentadentate Schiff bases ligands derived from the condensation reactions of benzaldehyde with different primary amines. The structures of these Schiff bases and their complexes were confirmed by using physical characterization methods, namely melting points, UV-Visible, UV-emission, 1H NMR and IR spectroscopy, X-ray diffractometry and elemental analysis. To further understand the coordination chemistry of rhenium, the prepared diiminediphenol N2O2-donor Schiff base ligand N N′-o-phenylene-bis(salicylaldimine) (H2salphen) was reacted with trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] to yield cis-[ReCl2(ophsal)(PPh3)], whereas its reaction with trans-[ReOBr3(PPh3)2] resulted in the formation of the cis-[ReBr2(aphsal)(PPh3)].2CH3CN complex. In the above complexes the H2salphen ligand was cleaved leading to the coordinated tridentate ophsal NO2- and aphsal N2O-donor ligands. The reaction of H3aphsal with trans-[ReOBr3(PPh3)2] in toluene led to an unexpected compound, trans- [{[ReBr(aphsal)(PPh3)2]Br}{[ReBr(aphsal)(PPh3)2](ReO4)}] with an imido [ReNR]3+core. The ligand aphsal was coordinated tridentately with the doubly deprotonated amino nitrogen leading to Re(V)-imido complexes. The reaction of 2-((Z)-(2-aminoethylimino)methyl)phenol (H3amphol) with [Re(CO)5Cl] led to the rhenium(I) product fac-[Re(CO)3(H3amphol)] with H3amphol coordinated as a monoanionic tridentate chelate through its phenolate oxygen and amino nitrogen atoms. The X-ray crystal structures showed that all complexes display a distorted octahedral geometry around the central rhenium atom. The reaction of 2,6-bis(2-hydroxyphenylimino)pyridine (H2hpp) with cis-[ReO2I(PPh3)2] resulted in the reduced Re(III) product trans-[Re(hpp)(PPh3)2]I, while trans-[Re(hpp)(PPh3)2](ReO4) was isolated from its reaction with trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2]. The H2hpp ligand acts as a pentadentate N3O2-donor ligand where the two phenolic protons undergo deprotonation and its three nitrogens act as neutral donor atoms. Both compounds resulted from a disproportionation reaction characterized by the produced perrhenate counter-ion. The complex fac-[Re(CO)3(H2hpp)Cl] was prepared from [Re(CO)5Cl] and H2hpp in toluene. The H2hpp ligand acted as a neutral bidentate N,N-donor chelate. The metal is coordinated to three carbonyl donors in a facial orientation, two neutral nitrogen atoms and a chloride ligand. The reactions of the potentially tetradentate ligand N,N'-ethylenebis(salicylideneimine) (H2salen) with different rhenium(V) precursors resulted in the formation of two dimeric oxorhenium (V) compounds. In the reaction of H2salen with trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] in ethanol, the highly unusual distorted dimeric complex (μ-salen)[ReOCl2(PPh3)]2 was isolated, in which salen2- is coordinated as a tetradentate to two oxorhenium(V) centres, and salen2- is present as a bidentate monoanionic ligand on each rhenium center. The reaction of cis- [ReO2I(PPh3)2] with H2salen led to the formation of the neutral dimeric oxorhenium(V) complex (μ-O)[ReO(salen)]2 in which the tetradentate chelate salen acts as a tetradentate dianionic ligand through its phenolate oxygens and nitrogen atoms of the azomethine groups. In its reaction with H2hmp the compound (μ-O)[ReO(hmp)]2 was isolated. In this product the pentadentate ligand H2hmp coordinated as tetradentate via its phenolic oxygen and nitrogen atoms. The reaction of the potentially tetradentate N1,N2-bis(aminobenzylidene)-1,2-ethylenediamine (H2amben) with trans-[ReOCl3(PPh3)2] led to the formation of the monocationic square-pyramidal complex salt [ReO(amben)](ReO4.

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