Accession Number : ADA117064
Title : Synthesis and Characterization of Transition Metal Complex Systems with Novel Solid State Properties.
Descriptive Note : Final scientific rept. 1 Apr 79-30 Mar 82,
Corporate Author : GENERAL ELECTRIC CORPORATE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SCHENECTADY NY
Personal Author(s) : Interrante,L V
PDF Url : ADA117064
Report Date : May 1982
Pagination or Media Count : 27
Abstract : The principal focus of this work has been on the preparation and study of pi-donor-acceptor compounds derived from the interaction of planar metal complexes and planar organic molecules. Included among the metal complex system studied are various bis(1,2-ethylenedithiolene) metal complexes, which have been employed as pi-acceptors, and some tetraazamacrocyclic complexes, used as pi-donors. In addition a new planar Ir(I) complex has been prepared using novel redox-active organic ligand system and examined as a source of conductive one-dimensional materials, using iodine to partially oxidize the Ir(I) complex units. These various compounds have been studied using electrical conductivity, magnetic susceptibility, and other solid state property measurement techniques. In addition, their crystal structures have been characterized using single crystal x-ray diffraction methods. The results provide new information regarding the solid state interactions in metal complex-containing systems and suggest the promise of such systems as a soruce of solid state materials with novel magnetic and electronic properties.
Descriptors : *Synthesis(Chemistry), *Metal complexes, *Transitions, *Solid state chemistry, Ethylene, Electron donors, Electron acceptors, Planar structures, Magnetic properties, Thiols, Interactions, Cyclic compounds, One dimensional
Subject Categories : Organic Chemistry
Nuclear Physics & Elementary Particle Physics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE