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2008

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Monohydroxamic Acids And Bridging Dihydroxamic Acids As Chelators To Ruthenium(Iii) And As Nitric Oxide Donors: Syntheses, Speciation Studies And Nitric Oxide Releasing Investigations., Darren M. Griffith, Krystyna Krot, Jedd Comiskey, Kevin B. Nolan, Celine J. Marmion Jan 2008

Monohydroxamic Acids And Bridging Dihydroxamic Acids As Chelators To Ruthenium(Iii) And As Nitric Oxide Donors: Syntheses, Speciation Studies And Nitric Oxide Releasing Investigations., Darren M. Griffith, Krystyna Krot, Jedd Comiskey, Kevin B. Nolan, Celine J. Marmion

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The synthesis and spectroscopic characterisation of novel mononuclear Ru(III)(edta)(hydroxamato) complexes of general formula [Ru(H2edta)(monoha)] (where monoha = 3- or 4-NH2, 2-, 3- or 4-C1 and 3-Me-phenylhydroxamato), as well as the first example of a Ru(III)-N-aryl aromatic hydroxamate, [Ru(H2edta)(N-Me-bha)].H2O (N-Me-bha = N-methylbenzohydroxamato) are reported. Three dinuclear Ru(III) complexes with bridging dihydroxamato ligands of general formula [{Ru(H2edta)}2(mu-diha)] where diha = 2,6-pyridinedihydroxamato and 1,3- or 1,4-benzodihydroxamato, the first of their kind with Ru(III), are also described. The speciation of all of these systems (with the exception of the ...