Multiheteromacrocycles that complex metal ions. Second progress report, 1 May 1975--30 April 1976

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Objective is to develop cyclic and polycyclic host organic compounds to complex and lipophilize metal ions. Macrorings were synthesized: (OCH$sub 2$ CH$sub 2$ O CH$sub 2$COCH$sub 2$ COCH$sub 2$)$sub 2$ and (OCH$sub 2$ CH$sub 2$ O CH$sub 2$ COCH$sub 2$ COCH$sub 2$)$sub 3$. The smaller ring complexes divalent metals 10$sup 1+9$ times better than the open-chain model CH$sub 3$ O CH$sub 2$ CO CH$sub 2$ COCH$sub 2$ O CH$sub 3$, and the order in which metal ions are complexed is Cu$sup 2+$, UO$sub 2$$sup 2+$ greater than Ni$sup 2+$ greater than Fe$sup 2+$, Co$sup 2+$, Zn$sup 2+$, Cd$sup 2+$ greater ... continued below

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Cram, D.J. January 15, 1976.

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Objective is to develop cyclic and polycyclic host organic compounds to complex and lipophilize metal ions. Macrorings were synthesized: (OCH$sub 2$ CH$sub 2$ O CH$sub 2$COCH$sub 2$ COCH$sub 2$)$sub 2$ and (OCH$sub 2$ CH$sub 2$ O CH$sub 2$ COCH$sub 2$ COCH$sub 2$)$sub 3$. The smaller ring complexes divalent metals 10$sup 1+9$ times better than the open-chain model CH$sub 3$ O CH$sub 2$ CO CH$sub 2$ COCH$sub 2$ O CH$sub 3$, and the order in which metal ions are complexed is Cu$sup 2+$, UO$sub 2$$sup 2+$ greater than Ni$sup 2+$ greater than Fe$sup 2+$, Co$sup 2+$, Zn$sup 2+$, Cd$sup 2+$ greater than Mn$sup 2+$. The UO$sub 2$$sup 2+$ and Cu$sup 2+$ complexes were isolated and characterized. The larger ring complexes trivalent metals 10/sup 0.9-1.7/ times better than the open- chain model compound, and the order is La$sup 3+$, Ce$sup 3+$ greater than Cr$sup 3+$. Five other macrocycles were also synthesized, and their binding constants with Na, K, NH$sub 4$, and Cs picrates were measured. Six compounds containing one macroring and two inward-pointing ArOH or ArOCH$sub 3$ groups were also prepared and tested for binding of Li, Na, K, Rb, and NH$sub 4$ picrates. Racemic compounds containing two binaphthyls and its sulfur analog were prepared. Cage-shaped multiheteromacrocycles containing ten O ligand sites or four S and six O ligand sites were prepared and the binding capability of the first compound for picrates studied. Two ring systems with phosphonate ester groups were also prepared. (DLC)

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  • Report No.: UCLA--34P218X2
  • Grant Number: AT(04-3)-34
  • DOI: 10.2172/4086876 | External Link
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Cram, D.J. Multiheteromacrocycles that complex metal ions. Second progress report, 1 May 1975--30 April 1976, report, January 15, 1976; Livermore, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc872638/: accessed October 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.