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Structure and reactivity of [RuII(terpy)(N^N)Cl]Cl complexes: consequences for biological applications

Structure and reactivity of [RuII(terpy)(N^N)Cl]Cl complexes: consequences for biological applications
Ralph Puchta, Achim Zahl, Anna Katafias, Marta Chrzanowska, Paulina Brzozowska, Anna Kozakiewicz, Andrzej Surdykowski, Rudi van Eldik, Alicja Franke, Olga Impert
Ligand substitution reactions of [RuII(terpy)(N^N)Cl]Cl, where N^N = bipy and en, and the corresponding aqua complexes were studied in detail, including the crystal and solution structures of the chlorido complexes. The chlorido complex undergoes spontaneous aquation that can only be prevented using high chloride concentrations (>2 M).

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/DT/~3/0Nqj7ljHaYY/C7DT01669G

DOI: 2017/DT/C7DT01669G

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