X-ray absorption fine structure study of multinuclear copper(I) thiourea mixed ligand complexes

Abhijeet Gaur, B. D. Shrivastava, K. Srivastava, J. Prasad, V. S. Raghuwanshi

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X-ray absorption fine structure spectra of five copper(I) thiourea complexes [Cu4(thu)6 (NO3)4 (H 2O)4] (1), [Cu4(thu)9 (NO 3)4 (H2O)4] (2), [Cu 2(thu)6 (SO4) H2O] (3), [Cu 2(thu)5 (SO4) (H2O)3] (4), and [Cu(thu)Cl 0.5H2O] (5) have been investigated. Complexes 1 and 3 are supposed to have one type of copper centers in trigonal planar and tetrahedral environment, respectively. Complexes 2 and 4 are supposed to have two types of copper centers, one center having trigonal planar geometry and another center having tetrahedral geometry. The aim of the present work is to show how extended X-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS) spectra of these complexes, having different types of coordination environment, can be analyzed to yield the coordination geometry around one type of copper centers present in complexes 1 and 3, and two types of copper centers present in complexes 2 and 4. The crystal structure of complex 5 is unavailable due to inability of growing its single crystals, and hence the coordination geometry of this complex has been determined from EXAFS. The structural parameters determined from the EXAFS spectra have been reported and the coordination geometry has been depicted for the metal centers present in all the five complexes. Also, the chemical shifts have been used to determine the oxidation state of copper in these complexes. The X-ray absorption near edge spectra features have also been correlated with the coordination geometry. Also, the presence of both three and four coordinated Cu(I) centers in complexes 2 and 4 has been suggested from a comparison of the intensity of the feature at 8984 eV with those of 1 and 3. Further, in case of complex 5, the high intensity of peak A at 8986.5 eV is found to correspond to the presence of Cl coordinated to the copper center.

Original languageEnglish
Article number034303
JournalJournal of Chemical Physics
Volume139
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Externally publishedYes

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Gaur, Abhijeet ; Shrivastava, B. D. ; Srivastava, K. ; Prasad, J. ; Raghuwanshi, V. S. / X-ray absorption fine structure study of multinuclear copper(I) thiourea mixed ligand complexes. In: Journal of Chemical Physics. 2013 ; Vol. 139, No. 3.
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