A series of complexes of N-acetyl-DL-phenylglycine and CoII, NiII and CuII containing heterocyclic bases as imidazoles, phen, bipy and terpy were prepared and characterized by conventional methods, IR spectra and, for [Co(OH2)2(mimi)2(Ac-phgly)2] (1), [Co(OH2)2(imi)2(Ac-phgly)2] (2) and [Ni(OH2)2(imi)2(Ac-phgly)2 (3), by X-ray crystal structure. The structure of these complexes consists of discrete [M(OH2)2(mimi/imi)2(Acphgly)2] units in which the metal shows nearly ideal centrosymmetrical trans-octahedral geometry bonding two imidazole nitrogens, two carboxylic oxygens and two water molecules. In all cases the amino acid behaves as monodentate via carboxylic oxygen, the second carboxylic oxygen; the NH and CO peptide groups are involved in hydrogen bonds which are responsible for the packing in the crystal.
Synthesis and spectroscopic properties of N-acetyl-DL-phenyl-glycinato complexes of cobalt(II), nickel(II) and copper(II). Crystal structures of bis(N-acetyl-DL-phenyl-glycinato)diaquobis-(N-methylimidazole)cobalt(II), bis(N-acetyl-DL-phenylglycinato)diaquobis (imidazole)cobalt(II) and nickel(II) / Abdel-Rahman, L. H.; Battaglia, L. P.; Cauzzi, D.; Sgarabotto, P.; Mahmoud, M. R.. - In: POLYHEDRON. - ISSN 0277-5387. - 15:11(1996), pp. 1783-1791. [10.1016/0277-5387(95)00437-8]
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