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"An ethanol-solvated centrosymmetric dimer of bismuth(III) and thiosaccharinate resulting from “semicoordination” contacts"
Mariana Dennehy, Ricardo M. Ferullo, Eleonora Freire and Ricardo Baggio
Acta Cryst. C 70(6) (2014) 627-631
In the title compound, bis(μ-1,1-dioxo-1,2-benzothiazole-3-thiolato)-κ3N,S:S;κ3S:N,S-bis[(1,1-dioxo-1,2-benzothiazole-3-thiolato-κ2N,S)(ethanol-κO)bismuth(III)] ethanol hemisolvate, [Bi2(C7H4NO2S2)6(C2H5OH)2]·0.5C2H5OH, three independent thiosaccharinate (tsac) anions chelate the metal centre through the endocyclic N and exocyclic S atoms. The complex also presents two “semicoordination” contacts, one from a pendant ethanol solvent molecule and a second one from an S atom of a centrosymmetrically related molecule. This latter interaction complements two ππ interactions between tsac rings to form a dimeric entity which is the elemental unit that builds up the crystal structure. These dinuclear units are connected to each other via a second type of ππ interaction, generating chains along [1\overline{1}1]. Two ethanol molecules, one of them of full occupancy at a general position and semicoordinated to the central cation, and a second one depleted and disordered around a symmetry centre, stabilize the structure. The complex was studied theoretically and the vibrational assignations were confirmed by employing theoretical density functional theory (DFT) methods.
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