Svitlana R. Petrusenko

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In the title complex, [Ca(C7H5O2)2(C2H6OS)] n , the Ca(2+) ion (site symmetry m..) is surrounded by eight O atoms, six from two bridging-chelating tridentate benzoate carboxyl groups and two from a bridging dimethyl sulfoxide mol-ecule (point group symmetry m..), giving an irregular coordination geometry [Ca-O bond length range = 2.345 (2)-2.524 (2) Å].(More)
In the mononuclear copper(II) title complex, [Cu(C11H16N3O)(H2O)]Br, the Cu(II) atom is coordinated by one O and three N atoms of the Schiff base ligand that forms together with one water mol-ecule a slightly distorted [CuN3O2] square-pyramidal polyhedron. The deviation of the Cu(II) atom from the mean equatorial plane is 0.182 (2) Å. The equatorial plane(More)
In the title one-dimensional coordination polymer, {[Mn(C10H12NO3)2]I} n , the potentially tetra-dentate (O,O,O,N) 2-[(2-hy-droxy-eth-yl)imino-meth-yl]-6-meth-oxy-phenol (H2 L) ligands are mono-deprotonated (as HL (-)) and coordinated by the metal ions in a tridentate chelate-bridging fashion [2.0111112]. The Mn(III) atom possesses a distorted trans-MnO4N2(More)
In the title compound, [Cu(C(8)H(8)NO(3))(2)], the nearly planar mol-ecule (r.m.s. deviation = 0.037 Å) is centrosymmetric with the Cu(II) atom lying on an inversion center. The Cu(II) atom is tetra-coordinated, displaying a slightly distorted square-planar geometry. The main deviation from the ideal geometry is seen in the differences in the Cu-O [1.8833(More)
The title compound, [Mn(C(3)H(7)NO)(6)][Fe(2)Cl(6)O], was obtained unintentionally as a product of an attempted synthesis of heterometallic complexes with Schiff base ligands using manganese powder and FeCl(3)·6H(2)O as starting materials. In the [Fe(2)OCl(6)](2-) anion, the O atom and the Fe atom occupy positions with site symmetry [Formula: see text] and(More)
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