Dysprosium Heteroleptic Corrole-Phthalocyanine Triple-Decker Complexes: Synthesis, Crystal Structure, and Electrochemical and Magnetic Properties.

Author(s) Lu, G.; He, C.; Wang, K.; Sun, J.; Qi, D.; Gong, L.; Wang, C.; Ou, Z.; Yan, S.; Zeng, S.; Zhu, W.
Journal Inorg Chem
Date Published 2017 Oct 02
Abstract

Two triple-decker dinuclear sandwich dysprosium complexes, which are represented as Dy2[Pc(OC5H11)8]2[Cor(FPh)3] (1) and Dy2[Pc(OC5H11)8]2[Cor(ClPh)3] (2), were synthesized and characterized by spectroscopic and electrochemical methods in nonaqueous media. Their electronic structures were also investigated on the basis of TD-DFT calculations. The sandwich triple-decker nature with the molecular conformation of [Pc(OC5H11)8]Dy[Cor(FPh)3]Dy[Pc(OC5H11)8] for compound 1 was unambiguously revealed by single-crystal X-ray diffraction analysis and showed each dyprosium ion to be octacoordinated by the isoindole and pyrrole nitrogen atoms of an outer phthalocyanine ring and the central corrole ring, respectively. In addition, the magnetic properties of both compounds have also been characterized for exploring the functionalities of these types of triple-decker complexes.

DOI 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01060
ISSN 1520-510X
Citation Lu G, He C, Wang K, Sun J, Qi D, Gong L, et al. Dysprosium Heteroleptic Corrole-Phthalocyanine Triple-Decker Complexes: Synthesis, Crystal Structure, and Electrochemical and Magnetic Properties. Inorg Chem. 2017;56(19):11503-11512.

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