Structural characterizations of some adducts of silver(I) nitrate and perchlorate with some cyclic di- (or tri-) ene organic ligands

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Single crystal X-ray structural characterizations of some adducts of silver(I) nitrate and perchlorate with assorted organic poly-ene ligands (nbd = norbornadiene, bicyclo[2.2.1]hepta-2,5-diene; cod = 1,5-cyclooctadiene; cdt ≡ trans,trans,cis-cyclododeca-1,5,9-triene) are reported, all being polymeric in form (with the exception of mononuclear ionic AgClO4:cod (1:2)), with chains comprised of alternating silver and nitrate/perchlorate components substituted or linked by unsaturated donors which complete the coordination spheres of the silver atoms. In AgNO3:nbd (2:1) (a redetermination), pairs of silver/nitrate strands are linked in a one-dimensional polymer by the nbd ligands. In AgNO3:nbd (1:1) ∞, meandering silver/nitrate strands containing pairs of independent silver and nitrate units in a crystallographic mirror plane are linked to either side with parallel planes by nbd ligands. In AgNO 3:cod (1:1)∞, the cod ligands 'chelate' to the silver atoms in a silver/nitrate chain. In AgNO3:cdt (1:2) ∞, pairs of 'unidentate' cdt ligands are pendant from a silver/nitrate chain, while in the (1:1)∞ adduct, the cdt ligands bridge pairs of silver atoms from an adjacent chain forming a two-dimensional web. A common form of the bridging nitrate group in the above is as an O,O′-NO3-O′,O″ bis-chelate, the pair of the bis-oxygen chelates having a common oxygen atom. © 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Lim, K. C., Marchetti, F., Pettinari, C., Skelton, B. W., Smith, B. J., & White, A. H. (2006). Structural characterizations of some adducts of silver(I) nitrate and perchlorate with some cyclic di- (or tri-) ene organic ligands. Inorganica Chimica Acta, 359(5), 1594–1602. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ica.2005.10.014

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