Ali Reza Ghanbarpour

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In the title compound, C(9)H(8)N(2), a mirror plane lies perpendicular to the phenyl and imidazole rings and passes through the bridging C-C bond, so that the imidazole ring is disordered over two sites about the mirror plane with the equal site occupancy; the asymmetric unit contains one half-mol-ecule. In the crystal, adjacent mol-ecules are linked via(More)
The title coordination polymer, [Pb2(N3)3(NO2)(C12H8N2)2]n, has as the repeat unit a centrosymmetric dinuclear molecule having azide and nitrite groups that bridge adjacent heterocycle-coordinated metal centers. One of the azide group uses its terminal ends to bridge whereas the nitrite group chelates to one metal atom and uses one of its O atoms to bridge.(More)
In the centrosymmetric binuclear title compound, [Pb2(N3)2(NCS)2(C12H8N2)4], the N-donor atoms of one N-heterocycle and the N-donor atom of a thiocyanate anion along with the sterically active lone-pair electrons comprise an approximate square; a plane through three atoms of this square is twisted slightly with respect to the square made up of the other(More)
The title coordination polymer, [Pb(2)(N(3))(3)(NO(2))(C(12)H(8)N(2))(2)](n), has as the repeat unit a centrosymmetric dinuclear mol-ecule having azide and nitrite groups that bridge adjacent heterocycle-coordinated metal centers. One of the azide group uses its terminal ends to bridge whereas the nitrite group chelates to one metal atom and uses one of its(More)
The Pb(II) atom in the title compound, [Pb(C(10)H(6)NO(2))(2)], is N,O-chelated by two quinoline-2-carboxyl-ate anions in a distorted Ψ-trigonal-bipyramidal environment; four atoms are connected to the Pb(II) atom by regular coordination bonds. The structure also features two somewhat long Pb⋯O inter-actions [2.952 (3) and 3.014 (3) Å]. These long(More)
The dinuclear title compound, [Pb2(C10H6NO2)2(CH3COO)2(CH3OH)2], lies across an inversion center. The methanolcoordinated Pb atom is chelated by the acetate anion as well as by the quinoline-2-carboxylate anion. One O atom of the quinoline-2-carboxylate anion bridges two symmetry-related Pb atoms, forming the dinuclear compound. Aside from the six atoms(More)
The dinuclear title compound, [Pb(2)(C(10)H(6)NO(2))(2)(CH(3)COO)(2)(CH(3)OH)(2)], lies across an inversion center. The methanol-coordinated Pb(II) atom is chelated by the acetate anion as well as by the quinoline-2-carboxyl-ate anion. One O atom of the quinoline-2-carboxyl-ate anion bridges two symmetry-related Pb(II) atoms, forming the dinuclear compound.(More)
In the centrosymmetric binuclear title compound, [Pb(2)(N(3))(2)(NCS)(2)(C(12)H(8)N(2))(4)], the N-donor atoms of one N-heterocycle and the N-donor atom of a thio-cyanate anion along with the sterically active lone-pair electrons comprise an approximate square; a plane through three atoms of this square is twisted slightly with respect to the square made up(More)
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