Accession Number : AD0621614

Title :   THE SYNTHESES AND PROPERTIES OF SOME COMPLEXES DERIVED FROM SULPHAMIDE,

Corporate Author : ILLINOIS UNIV URBANA NOYES CHEMICAL LAB

Personal Author(s) : Ouchi,A. ; Moeller,T.

Report Date : 19 JAN 1965

Pagination or Media Count : 8

Abstract : By means of reactions involving sulphamide, various amines or ammonia, and certain dipositive metal ions, a number of solid adducts have been isolated. These include compounds of the types M(BB) (Su)X2, M(BB)2 (Su) X2, and M(BB)2 (Su)2X2 where M is commonly Cu, BB is two molecules of ammonia or a diamine such as H2 NC2H4NH2(en), H2NCH2CH(CH3)NH2 (1,2-pn), or H2 NC3H6NH2(1,3-pn), Su is sulphamide, and X is a uninegative ion or half a dinegative ion. Such adducts are stable in the solid state but decompose into the corresponding metal ammine complex and sulphamide in contact with water. The infra-red spectra indicate only weak interactions between sulphamide and the metal ions. N-substituted sulphamides and substituted de-ammonation products of sulphamide are even weaker ligands than sulphamide. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*COMPLEX COMPOUNDS, SYNTHESIS(CHEMISTRY)), (*SULFURIC ACID, AMIDES), (*AMIDES, COMPLEX COMPOUNDS), COPPER COMPOUNDS, AMMONIA, AMINES, INFRARED SPECTRA, ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRA, VISIBLE SPECTRA

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