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1Author    AlfonsoC. Astiñeiras-C, Am, IgnacioS. De L, Cueva -Torregrosab, JosefaM. G Onzález-Pérezb, A. Urora, G. Sicilia-Z, ElenaB. Afrab, A. Ugella-, JuanN. Ltam Iranob, S-G Icló, UtiérrezbRequires cookie*
 Title    Synthesis, Structure and Properties of / > o/j-[(Ar-(2-Hydroxyethyl)- Af'-carboxymethyl-l,2-ethyIenediamine-AyV'-Diacetato)copper(II) Hydrate], {[Cu(Hhedta)] * H20 } n  
 Abstract    The stoichiometric reaction of /V-(2-hydroxyethyl)-1,2-ethylenediamine-/V,/V,7V'-triacetic acid [hbhedta = (H0CH2CH2)(H02CCH2)NC2H4N(CH2C02H)2)] and copper(II) hydroxy-carbo-nate in water yields crystalline samples of /?0/v-{(/V-(2-hydroxyethyl)-/V'-carboxymethyl-l,2-ethylenediamine-./V,./V'-diacetato)copper(II) hydrate}, {[Cu(Hhedta)] TTOjn (I)-The com­ pound was studied by TG analysis (with FT-IR study of the evolved gases), IR, electronic and ESR spectra, magnetic susceptibility data and single crystal X-ray diffraction methods. It crystallises in the orthorhombic system, space group Fdd2 (a = 21.906(2), b = 36.602(4), c = 6.928(1) A, Z = 16, and final R\ = 0.029 for 1554 independent reflections). The Cu(II) atom exhibits a very distorted octahedral coordination (type 4+1 + 1). The Hhedta ligand plays a yV,yV',0,C>',(9"-pentadentate chelating role as well as a O,0'-carboxylate bridging one and has a free /V-carboxymethyl arm. The bridging carboxylate group of the Hhedta ligand leads to polymeric chains {[Cu(Hhedta)] H20}n parallel the c axis. A hydrogen bonding network involves all O-H polar bonds (non-ionised carboxylic and alcoholic hydroxyl groups and water molecules). The structure reveals the preferred formation of a copper(II)-(/V-2-hydroxyethyl-amino) or copper(II)-(ethanolamino) versus a copper(II)-(/V-carboxymethylamino) chelate ring. In tro d u c tio n 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 55b, 171—177 (2000); received October 10 1999 
  Published    2000 
  Keywords    Copper(II) Chelate, Crystal Structure, Amino-polycarboxylates, Ethanolamine 
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 Identifier    ZNB-2000-55b-0171 
 Volume    55