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Chemical Papers

, Volume 72, Issue 10, pp 2503–2512 | Cite as

Two organically templated metal sulfate/selenate: IR spectroscopy, crystal structure, and thermal behaviour

  • Marwa Abid Derbel
  • Ines Kadri
  • Houcine Naïli
  • Walid Rekik
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Abstract

Two organically templated transition metal sulfate/selenate compounds with following formula (C6H14N2)[Co(H2O)6](S0.83Se0.17O4)2 (1) and (C4H12N2)[Cu(H2O)4(S0.39Se0.61O4)2]·2H2O (2) have been synthesized and crystallographically characterized. Both coordination compounds adopt the monoclinic symmetry, P21/c space group with the following unit-cell parameters: a = 12.0669(13) Å; b = 12.1768(11) Å; c = 12.1158(12) Å; β = 104.023(4)° and Z = 4 for (1) and P21/n space group with the following unit-cell parameters: a = 6.9783(2) Å; b = 11.7101(4) Å; c = 10.6238(3) Å; β = 104.431(2)° and Z = 2 for (2). While compound (1) is fully supramolecular with a crystal structure consisting of metallic cations octahedrally coordinated by six water molecules [Co(H2O)6]2+, dabcodiium and sulfate/selenate (S0.39Se0.61O4)2− anions which are linked via Ow–H…O and N–H…O Hydrogen bonds, compound (2) exhibits a beginning of condensation and its atomic arrangement is built from anionic entity [Cu(H2O)4(S0.39Se0.61O4)2]2− and piperazinediium cations (C4H12N2)2+ linked together by hydrogen bonds only. Through this work, we can conclude that the partial substitution of sulfur by selenium does not affect the atomic arrangement and that the type of structure adopted by the new solid solution is that of the pure sulfate or selenate-based compound according to the rate of substitution. The thermal decomposition of both precursors proceeds through several stages giving rise to the cobalt oxide and to the copper oxyselenate as final product for (1) and (2), respectively.

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Keywords

Partial substitution sulfate/selenate Crystal structure Thermal decomposition Supramolecular chemistry Coordination compounds 

Notes

Acknowledgements

Grateful thanks are expressed to T. Roisnel (Center de Diffractométrie X, Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes (ISCR), UMR 6226 CNRS-Université de Rennes 1) and T. Gargouri (Unité de services communs et de Recherche; diffractomètre RX 4 cercles; Faculté des Sciences de Sfax) for the assistance in single-crystal X-ray diffraction data collection.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Marwa Abid Derbel
    • 1
  • Ines Kadri
    • 1
  • Houcine Naïli
    • 1
  • Walid Rekik
    • 1
  1. 1.Laboratoire Physico-Chimie de l’État Solide, Département de Chimie, Faculté des Sciences de SfaxUniversité de SfaxSfaxTunisia

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