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"A novel hybrid terpyridine-pyrimidine ligand and the supramolecular structures of two of its complexes with Zn(II) and acetylacetonato: The underlying role of non-covalent ππ contacts and C–HX(O, N, π) hydrogen bonds"
Juan Granifo, Rubén Gaviño, Eleonora Freire and Ricardo Baggio
J. Mol. Struct. 1063 (2014) 102-108
The novel 4′-[4-(pyrimidin-5-yl)phenyl]-4,4′:6′,2″-terpyridine (L1) ligand reacts with Zn(acac)2 (acac = acetylacetonato) to give the monomeric complex [Zn(acac)2(L1)2] (1) and the coordination polymer [Zn(acac)2(μ-L1)]n (2). The structure of 1 consists of a Zn(II) cation sitting on an inversion centre, surrounded by a slightly elongated octahedral environment, defined by two trans N(4-pyridyl) atoms from a pair of mondentate L1 ligands, and four O atoms from two chelating acac anions. The polymeric structure of 2 presents a similar though non-symmetric Zn(acac)2 unit, since the two coordinated N atoms come from two different donor moieties of L1: the 4-pyridyl and the pyrimidinyl. Both compounds present weak C–HN contacts generating 2D aromatic structures, complemented by ππ contacts plane-stacking giving raise to 3D structures and further stabilized by C–HO and C–Hπ interactions.
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