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1Author    Mit Unterschiedlich, Koordinierten Zinkionen, Joachim Pickardt, Gill-Taik Gong, Sabine Wischnack, Christina SteinkopffRequires cookie*
 Title    Kristallstruktur zweier Zinkthiocyanat-Hexamethylentetramin-Addukte, Zn(SCN)2» (Q H ^N,), und {Zn(SCN)2 C6HnN4 2H 20}(SCN)2-(C6H 12N4)2, and {Zn(SCN)2-C6H 12N4-2H 20}", with Differently Coordinated Zinc Ions  
 Abstract    of the adducts Zn(SCN),-(C6H12N4)2 (1), and {Zn(SCN)2-C6H 12N4-2H20}" (2) were obtained by crystallization from aqueous solutions containing hexamethylenetetrami­ ne, potassium thiocyanate and zinc nitrate or zinc sulfate, resp., under identical conditions, as two totally different products. 1 crystallizes orthorhombically, space group P nmm, Z -2, a -622.4(5), b -1152.3(7), c = 1394.0(9) pm; 2 is monoclinic, space group C2/c, a = 984.4(3), b = 1217.0(5), c = 1257.4(6) pm, andß = 111.69(5)°. The crystal structure of 1 contains discrete molecules of the complex, in which the zinc ion is tetrahedrally coordinated by two NCS li­ gands, and two hexamethylenetetramine molecules, which act as monodentate ligands. In 2 however, the zinc ions are octahedrally coordinated. A "supramolecular" structure is form­ ed: The hexamethylenetetramine molecules act as bridging bidentate ligands and connect [Zn(H20) 2(NCS)2] units forming zig-zag chains. Adjacent chains are interconnected via hydrogen bonds. The formation of the two compounds with different coordination may be due to the fact, that the educts Zn(N03)2-4H20 and ZnS04-7H20 contain Zn(H20) 4 and Zn(H20) 6 moieties, resp., and that these species are retained in solution. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 49b, 325—329 (1994); eingegangen am 24. August 1993 
  Published    1994 
  Keywords    Hexamethylenetetramine Complexes, Zinc Thiocyanate Adducts, Crystal Structure Crystals 
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 Identifier    ZNB-1994-49b-0325 
 Volume    49