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Vapour and mechanically induced chromic behaviour of platinum complexes with a dimer-of-dimer motif and the effects of heterometal ions

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Title: Vapour and mechanically induced chromic behaviour of platinum complexes with a dimer-of-dimer motif and the effects of heterometal ions
Authors: Ohba, Tadashi Browse this author
Kobayashi, Atsushi Browse this author
Chang, Ho-Chol Browse this author
Kato, Masako Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Issue Date: Feb-2013
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Journal Title: Dalton Transactions
Volume: 42
Issue: 15
Start Page: 5514
End Page: 5523
Publisher DOI: 10.1039/c3dt33100h
PMID: 23426403
Abstract: Heterodinuclear complexes, syn-[MPt(mu-pyt)(2)(bpy)(2)](n+) (syn-[MPt], M = Pd2+, Au3+, Hpyt = pyridine-2-thiol, bpy = 2,2'-bipyridine), were synthesized as a selective geometrical isomer by stepwise complexation. X-ray analyses of the hexafluorophosphate salts of these complexes proved their dinuclear structures with short M...Pt distances (2.9084(4) angstrom for syn-[PdPt] and 2.9071(4) angstrom for syn-[AuPt]), similar to the homodinuclear complex (2.9292(2) angstrom for syn-[PtPt]). In the syn-[PdPt] crystal, two dinuclear motifs are arranged closely in a head-to-head manner with a short Pt...Pt distance (3.3757(3) angstrom), forming a dimer-of-dimer structure as in the case of syn-[PtPt], whereas the corresponding crystal of syn-[AuPt] has a discrete arrangement of the dinuclear motifs. By the isomerisation of syn-[PdPt], anti-[PdPt] with equivalent environments of the Pd2+ and Pt2+ ions was also obtained successfully. Syn-[PdPt](PF6)(2) exhibits vapochromic behaviour based on the absorption/desorption of CH3CN vapour, similar to that observed for syn-[PtPt](PF6)(2). The reversible structural transformations induced by the uptake and release of CH3CN molecules were investigated by powder and single-crystal X-ray diffraction studies. These revealed that the vapochromic behaviour was based on the interconversion between two phases, the dimer-of-dimer structure with a short Pt. Pt distance and a p-p stacked arrangement with no Pt. Pt intermolecular interaction. The introduction of the heterometal ions enabled control of the colour region: orange. red for syn-[PdPt] vs. light red. dark red for syn-[PtPt], reflecting the weaker metal-metal interaction between Pd2+ and Pt2+ ions in the dinuclear motif. In addition, these complexes were found to exhibit mechanochromic behaviour based on a crystal-to-amorphous transformation upon grinding, and the reconstruction of the crystal structures by vapour sorption.
Type: article (author version)
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