Structural and magnetic properties of iron( ii ) complexes with 1,4,5,8,9,12-hexaazatriphenylene (HAT)
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Reactions of Fe(II) salts with the ligand 1,4,5,8,9,12-hexaazatriphenylene (HAT) led to the isolation and characterization of four new compounds: [Fe3(HAT)(H2O)12](SO4)3.3.3H2O (1), [Fe2(HAT)(SO4)(H2O)5](SO4).2H2O.CH3OH (2), [Fe2(HAT)(SO4)(H2O)5](SO4).3H2O (3), and [Fe3Cl5(HAT)(CH3OH)4(H2O)]Cl (4). Compound 1 crystallizes as a trinuclear cluster in which HAT acts as a tris-chelating ligand. Compounds 2 and 3 are two polymorphs of an infinite one-dimensional structure in which the Fe atoms are coordinated to HAT and then connected into the chain through bridging sulfate anions. Compound 4 exhibits a similar chain structure, but with bridging chloride ligands. The magnetic behavior of the new compounds is indicative of weak antiferromagnetic coupling between the Fe(II) centers through the HAT ligand.
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Shatruk, M., Chouai, A., Prosvirin, A. V., & Dunbar, K. R.