The chemical shift (CS) values obtained by H-1 NMR spectroscopy for the hydrogen atoms of a tetradentate N2O2-substituted Salphen ligand (H(2)L1) are differently shifted in its complexes of nickel(II), palladium(II), platinum(II), and zinc(II), all bearing the same charge on the metal ions. To rationalize the observed trends, DFT calculations have been performed in the implicit d(6)-DMSO solvent in terms of the electronic effects induced by the metal ion and of the nature and strength of the metal-N and metal-O bonds. Overall, the results obtained point out that, in the complexes involving group 10 elements, the CS values show the greater shift when considering the two hydrogen atoms at a shorter distance from the coordinated metal center and follow the decreasing metal charge in the order Ni > Pd > Pt. This trend suggests a more covalent character of the ligand-metal bonds with the increase of the metal atomic number. Furthermore, a slightly poorer agreement between experimental and calculated data is observed in the presence of the nickel(II) ion. Such discrepancy is explained by the formation of stacked oligomers, aimed at minimizing the repulsive interactions with the polar DMSO solvent.

Butera, V., D'Anna, L., Rubino, S., Bonsignore, R., Spinello, A., Terenzi, A., et al. (2023). How the Metal Ion Affects the 1H NMR Chemical Shift Values of Schiff Base Metal Complexes: Rationalization by DFT Calculations. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. A, MOLECULES, SPECTROSCOPY, KINETICS, ENVIRONMENT, & GENERAL THEORY, 127(44), 9283-9290 [10.1021/acs.jpca.3c05653].

How the Metal Ion Affects the 1H NMR Chemical Shift Values of Schiff Base Metal Complexes: Rationalization by DFT Calculations

Butera, Valeria;D'Anna, Luisa;Rubino, Simona;Bonsignore, Riccardo;Spinello, Angelo;Terenzi, Alessio;Barone, Giampaolo
2023-11-09

Abstract

The chemical shift (CS) values obtained by H-1 NMR spectroscopy for the hydrogen atoms of a tetradentate N2O2-substituted Salphen ligand (H(2)L1) are differently shifted in its complexes of nickel(II), palladium(II), platinum(II), and zinc(II), all bearing the same charge on the metal ions. To rationalize the observed trends, DFT calculations have been performed in the implicit d(6)-DMSO solvent in terms of the electronic effects induced by the metal ion and of the nature and strength of the metal-N and metal-O bonds. Overall, the results obtained point out that, in the complexes involving group 10 elements, the CS values show the greater shift when considering the two hydrogen atoms at a shorter distance from the coordinated metal center and follow the decreasing metal charge in the order Ni > Pd > Pt. This trend suggests a more covalent character of the ligand-metal bonds with the increase of the metal atomic number. Furthermore, a slightly poorer agreement between experimental and calculated data is observed in the presence of the nickel(II) ion. Such discrepancy is explained by the formation of stacked oligomers, aimed at minimizing the repulsive interactions with the polar DMSO solvent.
9-nov-2023
Butera, V., D'Anna, L., Rubino, S., Bonsignore, R., Spinello, A., Terenzi, A., et al. (2023). How the Metal Ion Affects the 1H NMR Chemical Shift Values of Schiff Base Metal Complexes: Rationalization by DFT Calculations. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. A, MOLECULES, SPECTROSCOPY, KINETICS, ENVIRONMENT, & GENERAL THEORY, 127(44), 9283-9290 [10.1021/acs.jpca.3c05653].
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