Synthesis and Crystal Structure of Cadmium(II) Dichloroaquasalicylidenesemicarbazone

2016;
: pp. 285 – 290
Authors: 
Tetiana Panchenko, Maria Evseeva, Anatoliy Ranskiy, Vyacheslav Baumer and Olga Gordienko

Tetiana Panchenko-1, Maria Evseeva-1, Anatoliy Ranskiy-1, Vyacheslav Baumer-2,3 and Olga Gordienko-1

  1. Vinnytsia National Technical University Khmelnytske Ave., 21021 Vinnytsia, Ukraine
  2. STC “Institute for Single Crystals” NAS of Ukraine, 60 Lenin Ave., Kharkiv, 61001, Ukraine
  3. V.N. Karazin National University, 4 Svobody Sq., Kharkiv 61022, Ukraine

Cadmium(II) complex with salicyl aldehyde semicarbozone (Н2L) has been synthesized. Based on elemental analysis and IR spectroscopy its composition – [Cd∙Н2L∙H2O∙Cl2] – has been established. The complex crystal structure has been examined using XRD analysis. The coordination polyhedron of cadmium atom is a distorted octahedron, where two cis-positions are occupied by oxygen atoms of water molecule and carbamide fragment of H2L molecule, other positions are occupied by chlorine atoms. At the same time two edges of octahedron are combined with adjoined octahedrons and form endless zigzag chains of octahedrons in the structure along the crystallographic axis. H2L molecule is a planar one due to the presence of intramolecular hydrogen bond.

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