European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

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November 2010

Volume 2010, Issue 32

Pages 5043–5173

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    1. Fluorescent Polylactides with Rhenium(bisimine) Cores for Tumour Diagnostics (Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 32/2010)

      Nadine E. Brückmann, Susanne Kögel, Alexandra Hamacher, Matthias U. Kassack and Peter C. Kunz

      Version of Record online: 2 NOV 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201090097

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    1. Topology Control of Porous MOFs

      Topology Control of Porous Coordination Polymers by Building Block Symmetry (pages 5055–5057)

      Ruslan A. Polunin, Sergey V. Kolotilov, Mikhail A. Kiskin, Olivier Cador, Elena A. Mikhalyova, Anton S. Lytvynenko, Stéphane Golhen, Lahcène Ouahab, Victor I. Ovcharenko, Igor L. Eremenko, Vladimir M. Novotortsev and Vitaly V. Pavlishchuk

      Version of Record online: 11 OCT 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000929

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      A doubly interpenetrated porous honeycomb framework was assembled from trinuclear heterometallic pivatales, possessing D3h symmetry, and linear 4,4′-bipyridine bridges. The structure of each 2D layer can be predicted exactly from topology considerations.

    2. Unconventional Rhenium Dimer

      Tricarbonyl ReI Complexes from Functionalised Pyridine–Triazole Derivatives: From Mononuclear to Unexpected Dimeric Complexes (pages 5058–5062)

      Alexandre Boulay, Achour Seridi, Chantal Zedde, Sonia Ladeira, Claude Picard, Laurent Maron and Eric Benoist

      Version of Record online: 11 OCT 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000891

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      Monofunctionalised pyridine–triazole derivatives (pyta) have been synthesised efficiently by the click chemistry approach. Depending on the nature of the pendant arm of the pyta moieties, different luminescent rhenium(I) complexes were obtained – ranging from classical mononuclear complexes to unconventional tricarbonyl rhenium(I) dimeric species.

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    1. Fluorescent Polymers for Imaging

      Fluorescent Polylactides with Rhenium(bisimine) Cores for Tumour Diagnostics (pages 5063–5068)

      Nadine E. Brückmann, Susanne Kögel, Alexandra Hamacher, Matthias U. Kassack and Peter C. Kunz

      Version of Record online: 11 OCT 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000721

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      Re(CO)3(bisimine)Br fluorochromes were coordinated to pyridine-functionalised polylactides to afford fluorescent polymers,which can be used to passively target tumours. Their properties and usefulness for biological imaging have been investigated.

    2. Caged Metal Ions

      Buffering Heavy Metal Ions with Photoactive CrownCast Cages (pages 5069–5078)

      Hannah W. Mbatia, Daniel P. Kennedy, Casey E. Camire, Christopher D. Incarvito and Shawn C. Burdette

      Version of Record online: 29 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000673

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      A series of macrocyclic ligands with pendant nitrobenzyl groups undergo photoreactions to yield benzophenone-based ligands with reduced binding affinity for metal ions. The cages can be used to controlmetal ion concentrations. In the macrocycle with two thioether groups, the ligand exhibits small changes in Hg2+ affinity since mercury is thiophilic.

    3. [FeFe]-Hydrogenase Models

      Synthetic and Electrochemical Studies of [2Fe2S] Complexes Containing a 4-Amino-1,2-dithiolane-4-carboxylic Acid Moiety (pages 5079–5086)

      Ulf-Peter Apfel, Christian R. Kowol, Enrico Morera, Helmar Görls, Gino Lucente, Bernhard K. Keppler and Wolfgang Weigand

      Version of Record online: 4 OCT 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000619

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      The synthesis of [FeFe] hydrogenase model complexes, carrying an amino acid containing ligand, and their electrochemical properties are reported.

    4. Luminescent Ruthenium Complexes

      Synthesis, Characterization and Luminescence Properties of Dipyridin-2-ylamine Ligands and Their Bis(2,2′-bipyridyl)ruthenium(II) Complexes and Labelling Studies of Papain from Carica papaya (pages 5087–5095)

      Pierre Haquette, Julien Jacques, Samuel Dagorne, Céline Fosse and Michèle Salmain

      Version of Record online: 24 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000585

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      Reaction of dipyridin-2-ylamine complexes of RuII functionalized with a maleimide moiety with papain occurred in a stereoselective fashion and yielded bioconjugates displaying enhanced luminescence with respect to the starting materials.

    5. Gold Nanocatalysis

      Selective Deposition of Gold Nanoparticles on or Inside Carbon Nanotubes and Their Catalytic Activity for Preferential Oxidation of CO (pages 5096–5102)

      Eva Castillejos, Rubén Chico, Revathi Bacsa, Silverio Coco, Pablo Espinet, María Pérez-Cadenas, Antonio Guerrero-Ruiz, Inmaculada Rodríguez-Ramos and Philippe Serp

      Version of Record online: 29 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000643

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      Gold nanoparticles have been selectively deposited on or inside different types of carbon nanotubes by using various synthetic strategies. The catalytic systems prepared on nitrogen-doped nanotubes show promising activity and selectivity for the selective oxidation of CO in a hydrogen-rich atmosphere.

    6. Functional Coordination Polymers

      Synthesis, Structures, and Heterogeneous Catalytic Applications of {Co3+–Eu3+} and {Co3+–Tb3+} Heterodimetallic Coordination Polymers (pages 5103–5112)

      Girijesh Kumar, Amit Pratap Singh and Rajeev Gupta

      Version of Record online: 5 OCT 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000651

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      Two {Co3+–Eu3+} and {Co3+–Tb3+} zigzag coordination polymers have been synthesized by using a Co3+-based coordination complex. These coordination polymers have been shown to catalyze the ring-opening reactions of epoxides with anilines and alcohols under heterogeneous and solvent-free conditions.

    7. Oxido-Iron Complexes

      Density Functional Theory Studies of [Fe(O)2L]2+: What is the Role of the Spectator Ligand L with Different Coordination Numbers? (pages 5113–5123)

      Glenna So Ming Tong and Chi-Ming Che

      Version of Record online: 4 OCT 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000656

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      The electronic structures of [Fe(O)2L]2+ complexes, where L has different coordination numbers, have been studied with DFT. Ligand qpy can act as both a penta- and tridentate ligand. The LUMO of the former has higher oxido character and a lower orbital energy than the latter. The latter coordination geometry also has a similar electronic structure to heme Cpd I, suggesting possibly similar oxygen atom transfer reaction mechanisms for these complexes.

    8. Weakly Coordinating Anions

      [B(3,5-C6H3Cl2)4] as a Useful Anion for Organometallic Chemistry (pages 5124–5128)

      Adrian B. Chaplin and Andrew S. Weller

      Version of Record online: 29 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000686

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      The use of the robust [B(3,5-C6H3Cl2)4] anion in organometallic chemistry is described; this anion partnered with organometallic cations presents desirable solubility properties, a lack of anion disorder in the solid-state, different coordinating properties with metal fragments and convenient metathetical routes for utilisation in synthesis.

    9. Mesoporous Mixed Oxide

      Mesoporous Nickel–Aluminum Mixed Oxide: A Promising Catalyst in Hydride-Transfer Reactions (pages 5129–5134)

      Manidipa Paul, Nabanita Pal and Asim Bhaumik

      Version of Record online: 29 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000732

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      Self-assembled mesoporous nickel–aluminum mixed oxide has been designed byusing lauric acid as the capping agent. The material showed excellent catalytic activity in selective liquid-phase hydride-transfer reduction.

    10. Novel Ruthenium Complexes

      Ruthenium Complexes Bearing N–H Acidic Pyrazole Ligands (pages 5135–5145)

      Thomas Jozak, Dirk Zabel, Anett Schubert, Yu Sun and Werner R. Thiel

      Version of Record online: 29 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000802

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      Novel ruthenium complexes with protic N–H and hydridic Ru–H units can efficiently be obtained by combining hydridoruthenium precursors with pyrazole-derived ligands.

    11. Structural Characterization of Novel ortho-Lithiated Imines (pages 5146–5155)

      John F. Beck, Abdollah Neshat and Joseph A. R. Schmidt

      Version of Record online: 27 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000516

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      Direct lithiation of phenyl imines has proven to be problematic; however, inclusion of a 3,4-methylenedioxy group on phenyl imines allows for the facile lithiation andisolation of ortho-lithiated imines. Single-crystal X-ray diffraction allowed the structural elucidation of the clustering in these lithium complexes in the solid state.

    12. Planar Tetracoordinate Carbon

      Planar Tetracoordinate Carbon Atoms in M4C Square Sheets (M = Ni, Pd, and Pt) Sandwiched between the Large π-Coordinating Ligands [C8H8]2– and [C9H9] (pages 5156–5160)

      Jin-Chang Guo and Si-Dian Li

      Version of Record online: 29 SEP 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000620

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      The planar tetracoordinate carbon (ptC) centered [CnHn]M4C[Cn′Hn′] sandwich complexes with the large π-coordinating ligands [C8H8]2– and [C9H9] invite experimental syntheses in order to open up a new area in coordination chemistry for planar tetracoordinate carbon and other non-metal atoms.

    13. Binuclear Chromium Complexes

      Chromium–Chromium Bonding in Binuclear Azulene Chromium Carbonyl Complexes (pages 5161–5173)

      Hongyan Wang, Zhonghua Sun, Yaoming Xie, R. Bruce King and Henry F. Schaefer III

      Version of Record online: 5 OCT 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000737

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      The experimentally known cis-[(η55-C10H8)Cr2(CO)6] structure is predicted to be the lowest energy C10H8Cr2(CO)6 structure. The lowest energy structures for C10H8Cr2(CO)n (n = 5, 4, 3, 2) have cisstereochemistry of the two chromium atoms, a Cr–Cr formal double or triple bond, and a single bridging carbonyl group. The C10H8Cr2(CO)5 structure isstable with respect to disproportionation into C10H8Cr2(CO)6 and C10H8Cr2(CO)4, in contrast to [(η5-C5H5)2Cr2(CO)5]. However, the C10H8Cr2(CO)4 structure is unfavorable with respect to analogous disproportionation in contrast to the very stable and experimentally known [(η5-C5H5)2Cr2(CO)4].

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