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Some amine complexes of ruthenium.

Key, David Lenin. (1969) Some amine complexes of ruthenium. Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey (United Kingdom)..

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Abstract

Many new compounds of ruthenium(II) and ruthenium(III) have been prepared and investigated by infra-red, magnetic and other techniques. Ammonium and potassium tris(oxalato)ruthenate (III), obtained from the hydrated trichloride,have been established as convenient starting materials not only for the preparation of ethylenediamine complexes of rutheniUm(III)(69) but also for aniline complexes of ruthenium(III) and rutheniurn(II). Ruthenium(III) complexes of the type: [R][RuX4(substituted aniline)[2]] (R = K[+], Cs[+], Anilinium, (CH[3])[4]N[+] and X = 0.5(Ox[2-]), Cl[-], Br[-], I[-]), have been prepared and investigated. They are all paramagnetic with magnetic moments of about 2.1 B.M. at room temperature. Infra-red and far infra-red spectra have been used to make tentative distinctions between cis and trans structures. Diamagnetic ruthenium(Il) complexes of the type:-[Ru(substituted aniline[6]]X[2] and Ru(substituted aniline)[4]X[2] (X = Br[-]) have been made from the above ruthenium(III) complexes and from their visible and ultra-violet spectra, various ligand-field parameters have been calculated. Various diamagnetic complexes of ruthenium(Il) have been prepared with ligands containing -N=C-C=N- groups and compared with the analogous iron(ll) complexes. An attempt was made to prepare a number of amino-acid complexes of ruthenium(III), but the complex of picolinic acid, Ru(picolinic acid)[3].H[2]O, was the only pure compound obtained.

Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral)
Divisions : Theses
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Key, David Lenin.
Date : 1969
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Additional Information : Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Surrey (United Kingdom), 1969.
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Date Deposited : 22 Jun 2018 13:55
Last Modified : 06 Nov 2018 16:53
URI: http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/id/eprint/847593

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