In this paper we report an investigation on coordination compounds of vanadyl ion with citric, D(+)-threo-isocitric, cis- and trans-aconitic acids in aqueous solution. The different binary systems have been studied by potentiometric and spectroscopic techniques (t = 25 °C, I = 0.1 mol dm−3). Electronic paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy (EPR) at room temperature and molecular absorption spectrophotometry were employed in order to obtain a structural characterization of complexes. A speciation model was proposed for all the metal–ligand systems from potentiometric data. For all the systems studied the chemical model assumes the formation of complexes with stoichiometry MLHr and binuclear species M2L1H−r. Citric and D(+)-threo-isocitric acids also form stable dimeric species M2L2H−r. The EPR investigation reveals that the dimeric complexes of hydroxyacids present magnetic interaction supporting the hypothesis of an alcoholate-bridged dinuclear structure. For each system investigated we recorded visible absorption spectra and estimated the individual spectrum of species in solution. A particular spectrophotometric behaviour of citrate system was recognized and the joint examination of our spectroscopic results and the literature data leads us to suppose that the trans position of vanadyl is occupied by the bridged alcoholate group.

Interaction of oxovanadium(IV) with tricarboxylic ligands in aqueous solution: a thermodynamic and spectroscopic study

BERTO, Silvia;DANIELE, Pier Giuseppe;PRENESTI, Enrico;LAURENTI, Enzo
2010

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In this paper we report an investigation on coordination compounds of vanadyl ion with citric, D(+)-threo-isocitric, cis- and trans-aconitic acids in aqueous solution. The different binary systems have been studied by potentiometric and spectroscopic techniques (t = 25 °C, I = 0.1 mol dm−3). Electronic paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy (EPR) at room temperature and molecular absorption spectrophotometry were employed in order to obtain a structural characterization of complexes. A speciation model was proposed for all the metal–ligand systems from potentiometric data. For all the systems studied the chemical model assumes the formation of complexes with stoichiometry MLHr and binuclear species M2L1H−r. Citric and D(+)-threo-isocitric acids also form stable dimeric species M2L2H−r. The EPR investigation reveals that the dimeric complexes of hydroxyacids present magnetic interaction supporting the hypothesis of an alcoholate-bridged dinuclear structure. For each system investigated we recorded visible absorption spectra and estimated the individual spectrum of species in solution. A particular spectrophotometric behaviour of citrate system was recognized and the joint examination of our spectroscopic results and the literature data leads us to suppose that the trans position of vanadyl is occupied by the bridged alcoholate group.
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Vanadyl; Carboxylic acids; Absorption spectra; EPR; Potentiometry
Silvia Berto; Pier Giuseppe Daniele; Enrico Prenesti; Enzo Laurenti
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