Crystal structure of dichloridobis{l-2-methoxy-6-[(methylimino)methyl]phenolato}{2-methoxy-6-[(methylimino)methyl]phenolato}cadmium(II)-cobalt(III) monohydrate

Olga Yu Vassilyeva, Katerina V. Kasyanova, Vladimir N. Kokozay, Brian W. Skelton

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The title compound, [CoCd(C9H10NO2)3Cl2]H2O, is a solvatomorph of the corresponding hemihydrate recently published by us [Nesterova et al. (2018). Appl. Cat. A, 560, 171-184]. The current structure reveals different cell parameters and space group compared with the published one while both are monoclinic with almost the same cell volume. The title compound is formed of discrete neutral dinuclear molecules with no crystallographically imposed symmetry and water molecules of crystallization. The overall geometry about the cobalt(III) ion is octahedral with an N3O3 environment; each ligand acts as a meridional ONO donor. The CdII coordination sphere approximates an irregular square pyramid with a chlorine atom at the apex. There is significant shortening of a Cd-O bond length to the oxygen atom of the methoxo group on one of the ligands [2.459 (3) Å] compared to the corresponding distance in the published structure [2.724 (7) Å], while other Cd-Cl/N/O bonds remain roughly the same. In the crystal lattice, the heterometallic molecules, which are related by the crystallographic n-glide plane and interlinked by weak hydrogen bonds to solvent water molecules, form columns along [101]. Adjacent columns lie antiparallel to each other.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1532-1535
Number of pages4
JournalActa Crystallographica Section E: Crystallographic Communications
Volume74
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2018
Externally publishedYes

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