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Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society (BKCS)

ISSN 0253-2964(Print)
ISSN 1229-5949(Online)
Volume 18, Number 10
BKCSDE 18(10)
October 20, 1997 

Solvent Effects on the Isotropic NMR Shifts in Quinuclidine and Pyridine-Type Ligands Coordinated to the Paramagnetic Polyoxometalate, [SiW11CoⅡO39]6-
Jaewon Hyun, Suk Min Park, Hyunsoo So*
The solvent effects on the isotropic NMR shifts in conformationally rigid ligands such as quinuclidine, pyridine, and 4-aminopyridine coordinated to the paramagnetic polyoxometalate, [SiW11CoⅡO39]6- (SiW11Co), are reported. For these complexes the ligand exchange is slow on the NMR time scale and pure 1H NMR signals have been observed at room temperature. The signals for the SiW11Co complexes are shifted upfield whe dimethyl sulfoxide-d6 (DMSO) is added to a D2O solution. The isotropic shifts are separated into contact and pseudocontact contributions by assuming that the contact shifts are proportional to the isotropic shifts of the same ligands coordinated to [SiW11NiⅡO39]6-. It is shown that both the contact and pseudocontact shifts decrease (the absolute values of the pseudocontact shifts increase), when D2O is replaced by DMSO. It is suggested that D2O, a strong hydrogen bond donor, withdraws electron density from [SiW11CoⅡO39]6-, increasing the acidity of the cobalt ion toward the axial ligand. When D2O is replaced by DMSO, the acidity of the cobalt ion in SiW11Co decreases, weakening the Co-N bond. Then both the contact and pseudocontact shifts are expected to decrease in agreement with the observed solvent effects.
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