Adam C. Schell

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The lead(II) complexes formed with the multidentate chelator L-cysteine (H2Cys) in an alkaline aqueous solution were studied using (207)Pb, (13)C, and (1)H NMR, Pb LIII-edge X-ray absorption, and UV-vis spectroscopic techniques, complemented by electrospray ion mass spectrometry (ESI-MS). The H2Cys/Pb(II) mole ratios were varied from 2.1 to 10.0 for two(More)
A spectroscopic investigation of the complexes formed between the Pb(II) ion and D-penicillamine (H2Pen), a chelating agent used in the treatment of lead poisoning, was carried out on two sets of alkaline aqueous solutions with CPb(II) ≈ 10 and 100 mM, varying the H2Pen/Pb(II) molar ratio (2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 10.0). Ultraviolet-visible (UV-vis) spectra of the 10(More)
In the title coordination polymer, [Pb(C(5)H(9)NO(2)S)](n) {systematic name: catena-poly[(μ-2-amino-3-methyl-3-sulfido-butano-ato)lead(II)]}, the d-penicillaminate ligand coordin-ates to the metal ion in an N,S,O-tridentate mode. The S atom acts as a bridge to two neighbouring Pb(II) ions, thereby forming a double thiol-ate chain. Moreover, the coordinating(More)
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