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    Title: Studies of the Coordination Reaction Between Aza-bridged Bis-phenanthroline Macrocycle and Metal Ion
    Other Titles: 双氮桥联1,10-菲咯啉大环与金属离子的配位反应研究
    Authors: 王文竹;Wang, Wen-Jwu;Chuang, Kuo-Shen;Luo, Chi-Fong;Liu, Hai-Yang;Hu, Xi-Ming;Ying, Xiao;Wu, Ting-Wan
    Contributors: 淡江大學化學學系
    Keywords: 雙氮橋聯1;10-菲咯啉大環;金屬離子;配位反應;Aza-bridged;bis-phenanthroline macrocycle;Metal ion;Coordination reaction
    Date: 2002-03
    Issue Date: 2009-12-01
    Publisher: 中華人民共和國教育部
    Abstract: Homogeneous solution of poor soluble aza-bridged bis-phenanthroline macrocyclic compound(H2HAPP) was obtained by adding K2CO3 to its trifluoroacetate in CH3OH-CH2Cl2[ V (CH3OH): V (CH2Cl2)= 1:1] solution. Coordination reaction between H2HAPPand metal ion Zn(Ⅱ) in CH3OH CH2Cl2[ V (CH3OH): V (CH2Cl2)=1:1] solvent was studied by UV-Vis spectroscopic method, which indicated 1:1 complexing between H2HAPP and Zn(II) ion occurred easily in such a homogeneous system at room temperature. And the formation of ZnHAPPcomplex was further confirmed by FAB MS and 1H NMR spectra.
    Relation: Chemical Journal of Chinese Universities 23(2), pp.182-184
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Chemistry] Journal Article

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