Metallkomplexe in Biologie und Medizin, V. Neue Hydroxycarboxylat‐Komplexe von Bismut. Synthese und Struktur von Bismut(III)‐malat‐monohydrat und Bismut(III)‐tartrat‐trihydrat

Wolfgang A. Herrmann, Eberhardt Herdtweck, Wolfgang Scherer, Paul Kiprof, Liba Pajdla

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Abstract

Metal Complexes in Biology and Medicine, V. — New Bismuth Hydroxycarboxylate Complexes. Synthesis and Structure of Bismuth(III) Malate Monohydrate and Bismuth(III) Tartrate Trihydrate Reaction of Bi(NO3)3 · 5 H2O with L‐(–)‐malic acid results in the formation of bismuth(III) malate monohydrate Bi[O2CCH2CH(O)CO2] · H2O (1) containing the tridentate ligand [L‐(–)‐malate]3– with all donating functions deprotonated. By way of contrast, reaction of Bi(NO3)3 · 5 H2O with L‐(+)‐tartraic acid gives bismuth(III) tartrate trihydrate (2), in which two different tartrate ligands, [L‐(+)‐tartrate]1– and [L‐(+)‐tartrate]2– are present. The solid‐state structures have been determined by single‐crystal X‐ray methods and confirmed by powder diffraction measurements. The structure analyses exhibit a three‐dimensional network in the crystalline state resulting from bridging and chelating properties of the polydentate hydroxycarboxylate ligands. Bismuth shows high coordination numbers.

Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)51-56
Number of pages6
JournalChemische Berichte
Volume126
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1993

Keywords

  • Bismuth
  • Malate
  • Tartrate

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