Marina Juribašić

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Three types of palladium(II) halide complexes of quinolinylaminophosphonates have been synthesized and studied. Diethyl and dibutyl [α-anilino-(quinolin-2-ylmethyl)]phosphonates (L1, L2) act as N,N-chelate ligands through the quinoline and aniline nitrogens giving complexes cis-[Pd(L1/L2)X(2)] (X═Cl, Br) (1-4). Their 3-substituted analogues(More)
Solid-state reactions of dicyclopalladated azobenzenes and triphenylphosphine lead to the thermodynamically favorable bridged complexes. It was demonstrated for the first time that very complex molecular dynamics involving a series of structural transformations is also feasible in the solid state.
The mass spectrometric behavior of palladium(II) halide complexes of three types of quinolinylaminophosphonates, diethyl and dibutyl esters of [α-anilino-(quinolin-2-yl)methyl]phosphonic (L1, L2), [α-anilino-(quinolin-3-yl)methyl]phosphonic (L3, L4), and [α-(quinolin-3-ylamino)-N-benzyl]phosphonic acid (L5, L6), was investigated under positive ion(More)
Two types of Pd(ii) azobenzene/bipyridine complexes with unusual coordination mode of azobenzenes, PdCl{(mu-Cl)(mu-R(1)C(6)H(3)N=NC(6)H(3)R(2))}Pd(bpy) 1a-4a and [(bpy)PdCl(mu-NH(2)C(6)H(3)N=NC(6)H(4))Pd(bpy)]Cl 3b were formed by the reaction of dicyclopalladated azobenzenes (DMF)PdCl(mu-R(1)C(6)H(3)N=NC(6)H(3)R(2))PdCl(DMF) with excess of bpy, where(More)
The first direct mechanochemical transition-metal-mediated activation of strong phenyl C-H bonds is reported. The mechanochemical procedure, resulting in cyclopalladated complexes, is quantitative and significantly faster than solution synthesis and allows highly regioselective activation of two C-H bonds by palladium(II) acetate in asymmetrically(More)
Two series of new dicyclopalladated complexes {(DMF)PdCl(μ-R(1)C6H3N═NC6H3R(2))PdCl(DMF)} of 4,4'-functionalized azobenzenes with substituents of varying electron-donating or electron-withdrawing strength (R(1) = H, NMe2; R(2) = H, Cl, Br, I, OMe, PhNH, CO2H, SO3Na, or NO2) have been synthesized and fully characterized. (1)H NMR spectroscopy along with the(More)
This work presents a successful application of a recently reported supramolecular strategy for stabilization of metastable tautomers in cocrystals to monocomponent, non-heterocyclic, tautomeric solids. Quantum-chemical computations and solution studies show that the investigated Schiff base molecule, derived from 3-methoxysalicylaldehyde and(More)
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