Coordination properties of glycylglycine to Cu+, Ni+ and Co+. Influence of metal cation electronic configuration

@inproceedings{Constantino2005CoordinationPO,
  title={Coordination properties of glycylglycine to Cu+, Ni+ and Co+. Influence of metal cation electronic configuration},
  author={Erika Constantino and Albert Rimola and Lu{\'i}s Rodr{\'i}guez-Santiago and Mariona Sodupe},
  year={2005}
}
The structure, vibrational frequencies and binding energies of the complexes formed by the interaction of Cu+(d10, 1S), Ni+(d9, 2D) and Co+(d8, 3F and 1G) with glycylglycine have been theoretically determined. The most stable structure of Cu+–glycylglycine is bicoordinated with the Cu+ cation interacting with the terminal carbonyl oxygen and the amino group. However, for Ni+–glycylglycine and Co+–glycylglycine the lowest energy structures are tricoordinated, the interaction of the metal cation… CONTINUE READING

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