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1Author    Klaus Schulbert, R.Ainer MattesRequires cookie*
 Title    Kupfer-und Goldkomplexe von Dithiocarbaminsäureestern. Strukturen von [CuC1(L1)3] * CH2C12, [AuC1(L1)2], [CuI(L1)(PPh3)]2 und [Cu2ICuIICl4(L2)2]IJ (L1 = N-Phenyl-S-methyldithiocarbaminsäureester, L2 = N,N-Dimethyl-S-methyldithiocarbaminsäureester) N-Phenyl-S-methyldithiocarbamate, L2 = N,N-Dimethyl-S-methyldithiocarbamate)  
 Abstract    Copper and Gold Complexes of Dithiocarbam ate Esters. X-Ray Structures of [CuC1(L1)3] ■ CH2C12, [A uC ^L 1^], [CuI(L1)(PPh3)]2 and [Cu2ICuIICl4(L2)2]n (L 1 = Reactions of N-phenyl-S-methyldithiocarbamate (L1) and N,N-dimethyl-S-methyldithio-carbamate (L2) with CuCl2, [CUjI^PPhj^] and HAuC14 yield the complexes [CuC1(L1)3] • CH2C12 (1), [AuCKL1),] (2), [CuI(L1)(PPh3)]2 (3) and [Cu2ICuIICl4(L2)2]" (4). Their structures have been determined by single crystal X-ray crystallography. 1 and 2 are monomeric, with Cu(I) tetrahedrally four-coordinate and Au(I) two-coordinate with an S-Au-S angle of 158.2(1)°. 3 is dimeric with a central CuI2Cu core, the Cu— Cu distance of which [314.9(1) pm] is rather large. The mixed valence complex 4 has a chain structure with the identity period CuI1(a-Cl)2CuI(a-S)2CuI(a-Cl)2. Cu1 is in a tetrahedral, Cu11 in a square planar environment. The (m-S)2 bridged Cu1---Cu1 distance is only 259.1(1) pm. The structures of the CuX2Cu cores of 3 and 4 are mainly determined by steric interactions of the donor atoms within the coordination spheres of the metal centers. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 48b, 1227—1233 (1993); eingegangen am 4. Mai 1993 
  Published    1993 
  Keywords    Crystal Structure, Copper(I) Complexes, Dithiocarbamic Acid Esters, Gold(I) Complexes, Dithiocarbamic Acid Esters 
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 Identifier    ZNB-1993-48b-1227 
 Volume    48