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Design, Synthesis, and Antibacterial Assessment of Silver(I)-Based Coordination Polymers with Variable Counterions and Unprecedented Structures by the Tuning Spacer Length and Binding Mode of Flexible Bis(imidazole-2-thiones) Ligands

Design, Synthesis, and Antibacterial Assessment of Silver(I)-Based Coordination Polymers with Variable Counterions and Unprecedented Structures by the Tuning Spacer Length and Binding Mode of Flexible Bis(imidazole-2-thiones) Ligands
Damian Trzybiński, Carmel T. Abrahams, Susan Soleymani-Babadi, Krzysztof Wozniak, Peter Mayer, Hossein Motamedi, Azizolla Beheshti
Five novel Ag(I)-based coordination polymers of the bis(imidazole-2-thiones) ligands with varying dimensionality have been synthesized. Although the L4 and L6 ligands have the same number of sulfur donor atoms, by varying the counterions and changing the number of the methylene spacers in the ligand, different coordination modes to the Ag centers have been observed.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.7b00784

DOI: 10.1021/acs.cgd.7b00784

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