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1Author    Dirk Steinbom, Olaf Gravenhorst, Henrik Junicke, FrankW. HeinemannRequires cookie*
 Title    Synthese und Charakterisierung von kronenetherstabilisierten Platin(IV)- Komplexen mit Aminosäureliganden Synthesis and Characterization of Amino Acid Complexes of Platinum(IV) Stabilized by Crown Ethers  
 Abstract    Crown ether complexed pentachloro(aqua)platinic acid, (H30)[PtCl5(H20)]-2(18-cr-6) • 6H20 (1) reacts with glycine, L-alanine, and DL-2-aminobutyric acid to give ds-[PtCl4(0-glyH)(H20)](1 8 -cr-6)H 20 (4a)1 and ds-[PtCl4(0-amacH)(H2O)](18-cr-6) (amacH = alaH 4b, abuH 4c), respectively, as well as (amacH2)2[PtCl6]-2(18-cr-6) (amacH = glyH 5a, alaH 5b, abuH 5c). The crown ether complexed hexachloroplatinic acid, (H30) 2[PtCl6]-2(18-cr-6) (2), reacts with glycine to afford (glyH2)[PtCl4(yV,0-gly)]-2(18-cr-6)1.25H20 (6). The structures of 4b and 6 were determined by X-ray diffraction. The alanine ligand in 4b is a zwitterion that is coordinated to platinum by one oxygen atom of the carboxylate group only. The other oxygen atom is engaged in a strong hydrogen bond to the ds-coordinated aqua ligand. The glycinato ligand in 6 is /V,(9-coordinated at platinum forming an anion [PtCl4(/V,0-gly)]_ . The other oxygen atom of the carboxylate group is involved in a strong hydrogen bridge to the cation (glyH2)+. In both complexes hydrogen bridges are formed between the -N+H3 and -NH2 groups of the amino acid ligands and the oxygen atoms of the crown ether molecules. 1 Abbreviations: amacH = amino acid, glyH = glycine, alaH = L-alanine, abuH = DL-2-amino-butyric acid. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 53b, 581—586 (1998); eingegangen am 16. Januar 1998 
  Published    1998 
  Keywords    Platinum(IV) Complexes, Crown Ethers, Amino Acids, Crystal Structure 
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 Volume    53