Novel mixed ligand complexes of acesulfame / nicotinamide with some transition metals. Synthesis, crystal structural characterization, and biological properties

Yildirim T., Kose D. A., Avci E., ÖZER D., Sahin O.

JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE, vol.1176, pp.576-582, 2019 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier


The salt type mixed ligand metal complexes of COII (I), Ni-II (II), Cu-II (III), Zn-II (IV) and Mn-II (V) were synthesized using neutral ligand nicotinamide and anionic ligand acesulfame. The structural characterizations of complexes were performed by using elemental analysis, magnetic susceptibility, solid-state UV-Vis, FUR spectra, thermoanalytic TG-DTG/DTA, and single crystal X-ray diffraction methods. The complexes of I, III, IV, and V were obtained suitable crystal form for single crystal analysis by SC-XRD diffraction. The complexes of II was believed that the others structures so, the spectroscopic results of all the complexes are suitable for each other. The complexes are salt type compounds, and they have 2 mol nicotinamide ligands as monodentate coordination to metal center by pyridine N atoms and 4 mol aqua ligands in coordination sphere and 2 mol anionic acesulfamate ligands located outside of coordination unit as a counter ion. The metal(II) cationic atoms in complexes have octahedral geometry. Thermal decomposition steps of compounds are started with dehydration. (C) 2018 Published by Elsevier B.V.