Acta Crystallographica Section C

Structural Chemistry

Volume 70, Part 3 (March 2014)


metal-organic compounds



uk3089 scheme

Acta Cryst. (2014). C70, 297-301    [ doi:10.1107/S2053229614003386 ]

Hydrogen-bonded chains in three cis-dichloridoplatinum(II) complexes bearing piperidine and amine ligands

C. Nguyen Thi Thanh, N. Nguyen Bich and L. Van Meervelt

Abstract: The crystal structures of cis-di­chlorido­(ethyl­amine-[kappa]N)(piperidine-[kappa]N)platinum(II), [PtCl2(C2H7N)(C5H11N)], (I), cis-di­chlorido(3-meth­oxy­aniline-[kappa]N)­(piperidine-[kappa]N)plati­num(II), [PtCl2(C5H11N)(C7H9NO)], (II), and cis-di­chlorido­(piperidine-[kappa]N)(quinoline-[kappa]N)platinum(II), [PtCl2(C5H11N)(C9H7N)], (III), have been determined at 100 K in order to verify the influence of the nonpiperidine ligand on the geometry and crystal packing. The crystal packing is characterized by N-H...Cl hydrogen bonding, resulting in the formation of chains of mol­ecules connected in a head-to-tail fashion. Hydrogen-bonding inter­actions play a major role in the packing of (I), where the chains further aggregate into planes, but less so in the case of (II) and (III), where [pi]-[pi] stacking inter­actions are of greater importance.

CCDC references: 986816, 986817 and 986818

Formula: [PtCl2(C2H7N)(C5H11N)] and two analogues

Keywords: crystal structure; cis-di­chlorido­platinum(II) complexes; hydrogen bonding; piperidine.


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